Phyl­lis leaves Queen in shade at 101

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The Queen’s 90th was not the only birth­day Ken­ning­ton CE Acad­emy cel­e­brated last week.

For­mer pupil Phyl­lis Stace at­tended the school’s spe­cial tea party as a guest of hon­our on Fri­day, June 17 – hav­ing just turned 101.

Mrs Stace, who cel­e­brated her birth­day on June 9, was pre­sented with a card signed by all teach­ers and pupils at the school.

Queen El­iz­a­beth II her­self was also recog­nised on the big day, where a royal cake com­pe­ti­tion took place and was won by pupils So­phie, Noah and Anna.

Act­ing head Lynn Seal pre­sented them with their cakes, also prais­ing Val Heath for cre­at­ing the spe­cial 90th birth­day cake.

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So­phie Hay­wood, Noah Atkin­son and, right, Anna Dyer, who won the cake de­sign com­pe­ti­tions, with for­mer pupil Phyl­lis Stace at Ken­ning­ton CE Acad­emy

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