Com­mon­wealth sets birth­day party tone

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - What’s On -

Pupils, par­ents and staff at Pluck­ley Pri­mary School cel­e­brated the Queen’s 90th birth­day with a Com­mon­wealth party last Friday.

The chil­dren sang and danced for the au­di­ence with per­for­mances rep­re­sent­ing Com­mon­wealth coun­tries such as Ghana, Australia, Cyprus and Eng­land.

The school’s older pupils even de­liv­ered an in­for­ma­tive and en­ter­tain­ing per­for­mance about the Queen’s life and her fam­ily.

Sharon Loader, from the school of­fice, said: “Fam­i­lies en­joyed a tea party in the sun­shine, in­clud­ing dishes made by the chil­dren dur­ing the morn­ing.

“It was a highly suc­cess­ful and en­joy­able af­ter­noon, where fun was had by all.”

Chil­dren at Pluck­ley Pri­mary School en­joy their Com­mon­wealth tea party held in trib­ute to the Queen

Pic­ture: Alan Lan­g­ley FM4375810/ FM4375821/ FM4375822

Above, mid­dle and top, the whole school en­joyed the tea party in the sun­shine

Pic­ture: Alan Lan­g­ley FM4375811

The cast sing the Na­tional An­them

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