On Wednesday, 20th April, Netherton Moss celebrated the Queen’s 90th Birthday with a whole school party out in the KS1 playground.
In the morning, everyone made a sandwich which they’d designed earlier in the week, ready for a mini picnic at the party. They were all packed in special boxes and we were all rather excited to eat our “sandwiches fit for a queen!”
Before we could eat anything, however, we had to get dressed up in our best royal clothes and head for the party, where we sang God Save The Queen, played a few games like Pass the Parcel and Musical Statues and had a bit of a dance. The weather was glorious and everyone had a great time! We even had our own royal visitors!
I have to say, there were some mighty strange combinations in someone’s sandwiches! Have you ever heard of a meatballs, lettuce and peanut butter butty? I’m just saying – strange combinations!!
Our Royal guests cutting the royal birthday cake; everyone was offered a piece and it was lovely