Pupils donned their red, white and blue outfits ready to get involved in a variety of activities.
Maura Furber, headteacher of the school said: “Thanks to our amazing PTFA, all the children have taken part in a Royal sponsored obstacle course and were each awarded a special crown, flag, commemorative medal and special pack of wildflower seeds to sow to remember this special historical event.
“At lunchtime the whole school had a Coronation buffet and at the end of the day our families and friends joined us for refreshments, scones and a whole school performance of “I just can’t wait to be King!” We do think this would be a perfect addition in the ceremony.
“A special well done to our Year 6 pupils who performed a piece of music they composed themselves and for accompanying the school singing on the Taiko drums. In the words of the children “God Save the King”.”