Children from Southery Academy took a trip to Sandringham to deliver their homemade birthday cards to the Queen.
All 75 students enjoyed a tour of the museums and gardens before enjoying a walk through the woodland trail and a picnic fit for a queen.
Each child in the younger classes made their own individual cards, whilst the older students made two giant cards; one for the Queen and one to celebrate Prince Phillip’s 95th birthday.
The children enjoyed tucking in to a themed picnic of jam tarts and corgi-shaped biscuits before delivering their cards to the visitor centre, to be passed on hopefully to the Queen herself.
Bella, a year five student, said she had only ever visited Sandringham when she was very little. She said: “It was really nice to have a picnic with the whole school in the park.”
Maisie, a year 6 student, said: “It was really interesting to see the cars in the museum and read about the history of Sandringham. I have been here before with my family but it’s been nice to come here with my friends.”
Robbie in year 6 added: “It was cool to see the toys that Prince William and Harry played with when they were little.”