SCORES of children at Badgemore Primary School in Henley marked the Queen’s 90thÂ birthday on Friday.
Teachers organised games ofÂ hide and seek, musical statues and pin the tail on the corgi.
Children were allowed to wear red, white and blue clothes and made royal flags to wave.
Pupils at the pre-school joined in the fun as they played games and ate food on the school field. They also made their own crowns.
Headteacher Jacky Steele said: “To be honest weÂ just hadÂ a birthday party, so the kids came out from the pre-school and the children are in buddy groups so the younger ones and older ones are mixed.
“We played party games and sang a rousing chorus of Happy Birthday and God Save the Queen. We felt our Queen turning 90 was important and we could not let it go unnoticed.
“It’s important the children understand the relevance of this and the historical facts.
“It also feeds into our British values curriculum.”