A Special Visitor

WindowOn Thursday Her Majesty The Queen, will be visiting Southwark Cathedral to view the Diamond Jubilee window. The Dean of Southwark, the Very Reverend Andrew Nunn, has kindly invited the school (Reception Class – Year 6) to be there to greet Her Majesty. If you would like to find out more about The Royal Family please click on the link.

If you would would like to leave a comment, please tell us how you are feeling about seeing The Queen or describe the Jubilee Window using some ambitious vocabulary.

A Special Visitor

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  • I cannot wait.
    This is going to be the best day EVER!
    I know the song already.
    IT’S GONNA BE AWESOME!

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  • I am very excited. I am learning the song so much it is stuck in my head. Tomorrow is going to be such FUN!!! Keep learning the song just incase. The window is very colourful and meromable to want happend to the Queen(Her Majesty). I bet the Queen will be really impressed. I hope she is. I cant wait!

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  • Finbar andKilian phoned to say how excited they were that the Queen was visiting the Cathedral and that the school was invited.  Thank you for giving the children so many wonderful experiences!

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  • This will be a very exciting day for all at Cathedral School with lots to learn! I can’t wait to find out what happens. Enjoy Cathedral School!

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  • How exciting Cathedral School! I am looking forward to reading about your experiences and seeing your ambitious vocabulary in action.

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  • It was amazing…In fact it was supercalifragalisticexpealidosus (Mary poppins)! I feel SO LUCKY!

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  •  I saw the queen in a different perspective on Thursday because I am in the Choir at Southwark Cathedral. Whilst everyone was outside I was inside waiting for Her Majesty to come; for the choir (including the girls and mens choir) were going to sing some songs for her. As she walked to the font I gasped at how immaculate she looked with a purple hat and coat and shiny shoes.I couldn’t believe the Queen was only down the aisle from where I was standing in the stalls. Everyone sang the National Anthem as the Queen walked down the aise . She stopped to hear us sing ‘Vast ocean of light’ made for the Diamond Jubilee.As the song ended she walked on to see her Diamond Jubilee window, which is an array of jewel like colours. When she had finished looking at her window she started to exit as we sang ‘The Lord bless you and keep you’.

    What a fantastic day. I feel so privileged!

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