We had a good day on Friday 1st June, celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, even though the weather was a little too cold to go ahead with our outdoor pic-nic. Instead, the Infant children from Netherfield came down and joined us in an indoor pic-nic in our school hall. The cook had made us a traditional English meal of fish, chips and mushy peas and it came all wrapped up in newspaper! She had also made Jubilee cup-cakes, but unfortunately, because children chose to stay for lunch on the day - instead of giving notice, there was not enough cup-cakes to go round and some children had to have Bakewell tart instead. At the end of the day, we held a Show and Tell Assembly, where the children showed off the portraits of the Queen that they had painted and the Family Trees they had made, as well as lots of different designs for crowns. The children looked extremely patriotic dressed in red, white and blue - some had even had their faces painted. Thank you to all parents who supported us during the day and came to the final assembly.