Bournemouth school children put out the bunting to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday in style.
Youngsters at the Elm Academy wore red, white and blue, took part in regal activities and celebrated the day with a street party.
The union flag was also hoisted and on display in buildings across the LeAF Federation.
Executive principal of the LeAF Academy, Gill Blanshard, said: “All of our students had a fantastically fun day celebrating the Queen’s birthday.
“It’s wonderful to be part of such a momentous occasion and I am sure it is something they will all remember for a long time to come.”
Elm Academy dedicated its whole day to the Queen’s 90th birthday.
The youngest children in reception to Year 2 designed bunting, made crowns, decorated biscuits and made birthday cards for Her Majesty.
Children in Year 3 made Andy Warhol inspired pictures of the Queen while the pupils in Year 4 designed a commemorative stamp.
And the children in Year 5 researched he Queen’s life and wrote personal letters to her.
Then the whole of Elm came together for a traditional street party, with tables and refreshments laid out in the school grounds.
Acting Principal of Elm Academy, Jo Fish, said: “Celebrating the Queen’s birthday has been an amazing experience for all our pupils.
“Not only have we had a lot fun but our children have learned a lot about our Monarch and the rich heritage of Great Britain.”
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