The children came into school wearing red, white and blue and special activities such as making bunting and decorations, making dens and cooking things for a small party over a fire.
Headteacher Belinda Athey thanked the parents who took the time to ensure their children looked the part and to the school staff who are going the extra mile ensuring children are happy and safe.
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Bunting made for VE Day at Whittingham C of E Primary School.
Cupcakes were made to celebrate VE Day at Whittingham C of E Primary School.