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Year 1 travel back in time to 1953…

Monday 9th November | 10 comments

This afternoon Year 1 travelled back in time to the 2nd June 1953.  We witnessed the Queen’s coronation in all its glory.  The Queen arrived in her golden state coach. Then during the royal occasion we saw the Queen receive a sword, orb, sceptres and of course the magnificent crown.   After she had waved her farewells from the balcony Year 1 celebrated with a street party. The rain even added to the authenticity! A fantastic day had by all!

10 responses to “Year 1 travel back in time to 1953…”

  1. alexgalbraith says:

    This looks like a fantastic celebration. Did you learn lots of facts about the coronation?

  2. Katy (Stans mum) says:

    Stanley says his favourite part of the coronation was being a horse and the street party! He thought the crown looked cool.

  3. Claire, Phoebe's mum says:

    Phoebe had a great time and particularly enjoyed the cucumber sandwiches

  4. Karen Chaudhari (Nathan's Mum) says:

    Excellent photos…looks like you had lots of fun! Nathan thought Mrs James made a great Queen!!

  5. Anna says:

    Olivia said she really enjoyed the street party and coronation, so much so she renamed her unicorn Elizabeth lll !

  6. Sarah Russell says:

    Ollie had a great time and told us all about the street party. Thank you for making learning such good fun!!

  7. Lindsay Wallwork says:

    Abigail enjoyed the party and was amused to have cucumber sandwiches!

  8. Tajinder (arjays mummy) says:

    Arjay really enjoyed the queens coronation yesterday. Arjay was really excited when he was telling me what he had made and what food he ate at the street party. Great pictures.

  9. Melissa (Lillie's Mum) says:

    Lillie enjoyed the street party and the experience of going back in time. Thank you!

  10. Sheila Singh (Ashwins mum) says:

    Ashwin had a great street party celebration. He enjoyed when all the teachers dressed up. Everyone having fun and learning about the queens coronation.

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