Pri­mary pupils join Queen’s cel­e­bra­tions

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - School Report -

Ham­street Pri­mary School cel­e­brated the Queen’s birth­day with a live gymkhana, dres­sage demon­stra­tion and a brass march­ing band.

The ex­trav­a­ganza was then fol­lowed by a “street party” af­ter­noon tea on the school field. An­drea Tadi­wala, acad­emy ad­min man­ager, said: “The school field was turned into a horse show­ground with Amy, James, Holly and Saf­fron show­ing us their tal­ents in dres­sage and games – they were bril­liant.

“In the af­ter­noon a march­ing brass band played some amaz­ing pieces of mu­sic while the chil­dren clapped along and waved their flags.

“Thank you to the Ham­street par­ents for pro­vid­ing all the lovely food. The chil­dren also re­ceived a com­mem­o­ra­tive badge to re­mem­ber the lovely day we had.”

Ham­street Pri­mary School cel­e­brated the Queen’s birth­day with a brass band

Horses took cen­tre stage at Ham­street Pri­mary

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