On Monday 23rd May, to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Whitefriars dressed up in red, white and blue and were involved in lots of different activities. In KS1, the children learned a song which they performed in assembly, made crowns and necklaces and decorated flags. In lower KS2, the children identified the commonwealth countries, designed posters using their publishing skills, created their own Andy Warhol artwork and sorted a timeline of photos of key events in chronological order. In upper KS2, the children created a collage of the Queen, took part in a 1950s Sports Day, a history and music quiz and identified where the Queen has visited in Kings Lynn.
There was an afternoon tea lunch which the children very much enjoyed and an assembly at the end of the day where the children shared their wonderful activities and waved their flags.
Thank you to all of the staff for organising the activities for the children. What an amazing day!