CHILDREN at a Swindon primary school learned all about the Queen during a week of royal celebrations for the Platinum Jubilee.

Badbury Park Primary School pupils made flags, decorated crowns, wrote recipes before using them to bake some British classics and also learned a dance from an era of the Queen’s 70-year reign.

This culminated in an extravaganza which saw parents and carers invited into school.

The children opened the event with a marching parade, performed dances and sang the national anthem.

Parents, carers and the PTA - Friends of Badbury Park Primary School - competed in a bake off and all of the cakes were sold afterwards to raise £300 for the school, which opened in September 2019.

Head Louise Dance said: “It was wonderful to finally open our school to the community and celebrate the Platinum Jubilee together.”