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Walworth’s Surrey Square Primary School celebrates The Queen’s 90th birthday

Children at Surrey Square Primary School in Walworth have celebrated The Queen’s 90th birthday with the gift of a giant flower mural.

The birthday bouquet, which spells out ‘Happy 90th Birthday Queen Elizabeth’ was made from 1,000 red, white and blue paper flowers.

Deputy head teacher of Surrey Square Primary School, Matt Morden, said the bouquet was also made with the help of L&Q housing association.

“Our children loved getting involved – it was a fun way to explore their creative side and it was great to involve the whole school,” he said.

“Seeing the final mural was a real highlight, and the children were genuinely proud of their own unique contribution. We hope Her Majesty appreciates it and enjoys all of the celebrations to come.”

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