JUBILEE: School pupils enjoy fun day

JUBILEE: School pupils enjoy fun day

Marion Hendy, 10 and Year 5 playing in the parade

Year 6 with their maypole dancing

Oliver Sawyer and William Marron dressed in colours of the Union Flag

On the balcony

First published in Education

St Edmund’s Catholic Primary School in Abingdon had a fun day of activities to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee on Thursday.

This included Mayor of Abingdon unveiling a new permanent display of tiles painted by all the children and staff showing their names and faces. There was also a royal procession, with year 5 children playing brass instruments; maypole dancing; the school choir; a bouncy castle; circus skills workshops and games.

Teacher Sarah Demarchi said: “All the pupils had a fantastic day and really enjoyed themselves”

Based on information supplied by Felicity Wallendszus.


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