Staff and pupils at Kincraig Primary School celebrate the Queen's reign by having a tea party and performing songs for parents

Kincraig school in Bispham parties in name of the Queen

A sun-drenched tea party proved a fitting way to finish a week to remember for Kincraig Primary School in Bispham.

The school, on Kincraig Road, enjoyed a week of activities celebrating the 67 year long reign of Her Royal Highness, Queen Elizabeth II, who ascended the throne in 1952.

Kincraig youngsters get ready to tuck in during the school's tea party to celebrate the Queen's reign.
Kincraig youngsters get ready to tuck in during the school's tea party to celebrate the Queen's reign.
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Staff and pupils  at Kincraig Primary School  in Bispham celebrate the Queen's reign by having a tea party and performing songs for parents. Pictured are teachers Declan Boyle and Hayley Houghton with pupils Reece Banzakongo and Grace McLardie.
Staff and pupils at Kincraig Primary School in Bispham celebrate the Queen's reign by having a tea party and performing songs for parents. Pictured are teachers Declan Boyle and Hayley Houghton with pupils Reece Banzakongo and Grace McLardie.
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These three youngsters are putting on a performance during Kincraig Primary School's  tea party to celebrate Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II.
These three youngsters are putting on a performance during Kincraig Primary School's tea party to celebrate Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II.
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This youngster is clearly enjoying himself at Kincraig Primary School's tea party
This youngster is clearly enjoying himself at Kincraig Primary School's tea party
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