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Dance shows and picnic as Long Sutton Primary School invited parents in to celebrate Platinum Jubilee



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Parents joined their children for a picnic - and were treated to a dance show - to kick start the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in style.

All year groups at Long Sutton Primary School learned a dance - each inspired by a song from a difference decade of Queen Elizabeth II's reign - and performed them on the last day of the half term.

Pupils also all came together for a chorus from Celebrate in a feelgood day led by teacher Emma Nichols.

The 'royals' were out in force in Long Sutton
The 'royals' were out in force in Long Sutton

As well as the songs and dances, pupils had learned about significant dates and moments from the decade they were allocated - and work from the week was showcased as part of the Jubilee celebration, with the school decked out in flags and bunting for the occasion.

The brass band were on song
The brass band were on song

The school brass band also played throughout the afternoon, performing a rendition of God Save The Queen - while children made their own food for the celebratory picnic.

Parents joined their children for a picnic at Long Sutton Primary School's jubilee celebrations
Parents joined their children for a picnic at Long Sutton Primary School's jubilee celebrations


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