Well here is the first book we have created to support the Queens Diamond Jubilee. The children and teachers used literacy and art lessons to create their poems, question and their pictures of the Queen, guards, castles, new stamp and alternate front covers. They all did really well. The Lady in Waiting responded
The Queen wishes me to write and thank you all for the splendid pictures, letters and poems you have contributed.
You can find them at our site www.languagesupportuk.com under the LSBooks section.
Arabella Age 8 wrote
Dear Your Majesty,
My name is Arabella and I live in Kingsteignton. I have a very important question for you. Does it hurt when you put your crown on your head? Thank you so much for reading my letter. I hope you have a super Jubilee.
Leon aged 10 wrote:
My name is Leon and I am 10 years old and my favourite thing is the marvel comics and my favourite character is Spiderman. Mam, I have a question I would like to ask you.
If you were God what would you do to help the earth and why? Hope you have a great life on the throne.
Yours faithfully Leon.
Daisy aged 11 wrote an acrostic poem
Joyful celebrations that everyone is looking forward to,
United we stand
Blue, read and white flags flying high in the sky above our heads
Incredibly long time that she has reigned over our nation
Long Live the Queen!
Excitementis flowing through everyone’s veins
Elizabeth 2nd our Queen for 60 years.
Seth aged 9 chose to write a limerick
A Queen with a dazzling crown,
Who lives in such beautiful grounds,
You have seven corgi’s,
That go for a walkie,
And walk to the end of the town.