May Day celebrations at Saffron Walden school

09:56 15 May 2014

May Day celebrations at Katherine Semar Infants School, Saffron Walden.

May Day celebrations at Katherine Semar Infants School, Saffron Walden.

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May Day celebrations were held at Katherine Semar Infants School in Saffron Walden.

May Day celebrations at Katherine Semar Infants School, Saffron Walden.May Day celebrations at Katherine Semar Infants School, Saffron Walden.

The event consisted of a parade of the May Queen and her attendants. Then the May Queen, six-year-old Lauren Bayford, was crowned by the Green Man Ben O’Brien, seven.

This was followed by dancing to entertain the May Queen, country dancing by the Reception and Year 1 classes, and then some fabulous maypole dancing from the Year 2 classes.

Headteacher Julie Puxley said: “We are delighted the poor weather did not dampen everyone’s spirits and we are so proud of the children. They did a fantastic job.”

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