School celebrated on May 20th with a Best Crown competition, a tea of cucumber sandwiches, cake and squash and a whole school ACT ACTIVE session of the Lindy Hop, a dance popular at the time of the Queen's Coronation. The Eco-warriors also planted a new cherry tree, helped by Liam Wayne a former pupil at the school. He planted a cherry tree when he was at the school but it was blown down by the strong winds earlier this year. It was good to welcome him back.
We were also lucky to have a photographer from the Cambridge Independent come to school to record our event. We headlined the article in the paper outlining all Jubilee events in the region. And we had fun! Thank you to our Cherry Carers and Mrs Northfield for organising the celebrations.