Bolton Schools Celebrate the Queen’s Birthday

The children of Bolton wish Her Majesty a pompous and traditional happy birthday.

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Clarendon Primary School pupils, Zayn Teemil and Yahya Bobat, both aged 8

Bolton school’s celebrated Her Majesty’s birthday with much creativity and enthusiasm. Flags flew high in the air, whilst afternoon tea was sipped and the National Anthem sung beautifully by pupils.

A special party was thrown at Clarendon Primary School in Great Lever while children listened and learned attentively about the Queen’s reign.

Clarendon Primar School pupuls, Hamza Ugrader, aged 10, Mubarak Haji, aged 11 and Mohammed Sharif, aged 10
Clarendon Primar School pupuls, Hamza Ugrader, aged 10, Mubarak Haji, aged 11 and Mohammed Sharif, aged 10

Children designed an outfit for the Queen Elizabeth II, adorning themselves with the diverse fashions throughout the decades of her reign.

Vicky Chatterjee, Head Teacher, said: “The day started with an assembly in which all the children sang the National Anthem.

“They were breath-taking. I told the children I got goosebumps listening to them, they were amazing.”

She added: “The children were served sandwiches and traditional afternoon tea.

“They have been making cards for the Queen, which they want to send to her.

“There has been so much going on and it has been a nice way to celebration British heritage and British values.

“It was an opportunity to reinforce the importance of everything that the Queen does for our country and the commonwealth.

“The children have been extremely excited and really enjoyed learning the National Anthem as well as taking part in other royal activities.”

Clarendon Primary School pupuls, Alex Glazier, aged 9, wih Zayn Teemil and Yahya Bohat, both aged 8
Clarendon Primary School pupuls, Alex Glazier, aged 9, wih Zayn Teemil and Yahya Bohat, both aged 8

Zainab Batool, aged 11, said: “I have really enjoyed today because we had to design and make our very own dress for the Queen to wear.”

Uwais Muhammad, aged 11, said: “Today all the class dressed up as people would have done years ago.

“During one of the lessons we designed costumes for the Queen’s birthday and we had afternoon tea in school.

“I really enjoyed it because it was really fun and different.”

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