All over the country, people have been celebrating Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee, and Greenfylde First School’s pupils are no exception.

The Primary school in Ilminster got students involved in the Jubilee celebrations before they broke up for half term, providing a day filled with royally good fun.

The school came together to design and decorate their very own coronation standard crowns, generously donated by Ilminster Minster Church.

The Children even had their own celebratory parade, waving flags given to them by the Ilminster Town Council.

The students looked fantastic in their Union Jack inspired outfits, with some even pulling out all the stops and colouring their hair.

Staff at Greenfylde ensured that the pupils had a brilliant time, and the school community enjoyed a picnic together before special guest, Mayor Leanne Taylor arrived.

The children also put on a showcase of dances throughout the decades, spanning the Queen’s seventy-year reign.

The action-packed day ended with a tea party provided by Tesco, a welcome treat for staff and students after enjoying a lovely day of celebrations in the sun.