Right royal cel­e­bra­tion for nurs­ery school

Macclesfield Express - - THE LAUGHING BADGER -

YOUNG­STERS at Bright Hori­zons Tyther­ing­ton Day Nurs­ery and Preschool, re­cently re­named from Kids Un­lim­ited, joined the Queen in her birth­day cel­e­bra­tions by host­ing a royal tea party.

The chil­dren had a great time play­ing a va­ri­ety of fun games, mak­ing their own bunting to mark the oc­ca­sion and bak­ing a se­lec­tion of tasty bis­cuits.

And to fin­ish off the day they tucked into a de­li­cious pic­nic fit for a queen in the large nurs­ery gar­den.

This was fol­lowed by a spe­cial ice cream cone treat.

Dur­ing the day nurs­ery prac­ti­tion­ers pre­sented the chil­dren with a se­lec­tion of pho­tos of the Queen from through­out her reign and some of them com­mented on her grey hair.

Three-year-old Amelia, said: “When I grow up I am go­ing to colour my hair pur­ple.”

Nurs­ery man­ager, Lor­raine Roberts, said: “The chil­dren all thor­oughly en­joyed cel­e­brat­ing the Queen’s 90th birth­day and learn­ing things about the Royal Fam­ily.

“I think that it is im­por­tant for chil­dren to learn about cur­rent af­fairs and about the world around them.”

●● Al­fie Lee, Al­fie Per­rin and Har­vey Al­craft in Tyther­ing­ton school’s gar­den

●● Chil­dren en­joy the tea party at Bright Hori­zons nurs­ery

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