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Hip Hip Hooray for Coronation Day!

St Josephs Year 5 walked to Broadstairs College for a fun filled day of celebration Street Party put on by the staff and students of the college, to celebrate the upcoming coronation of King Charles III. Along with St. Josephs, many other local schools took place for many fun activities. At the entrance Paddington Bear welcomed us, and we enjoyed our first arts and crafts activity where we decorated colouring sheets and played some popular traditional games including giant Connect Four and Heads and Tails. We even took pictures with Paddington.


After that we headed to the Forest School where we made medals from wood cuttings, wood cookies and did a forest scavenger hunt for words. After the hunt we worked out that the letters spelt Charles and found lots of wildlife and nature. Once we had finished activity two it was time for activity three. In activity three we got to draw Coronation art and messages on a mini cooper, we all drew crowns, thrones and objects that relate to the King. Then we had a game of Croquet and Giant Jenga…. it was really peaceful because the sun was shining and lots of robins were chirping in the trees.


At lunch time, we all sat at a really long table with Union Flag table cloths, where everyone got a Union Jack picnic box with a Union flag and a horn. Elli-May (a student from the college) lead us superbly in the National Anthem. When we were finished we headed over to the beach hut were we all enjoyed a ice cream in the sun.

Oakley,   another Year 5 pupil at St Joseph’s said  “I had an amazing day because we played party games and I got to spend time with my friends outside of the classroom, it was nice to celebrate the Kings coronation”

Our final activity for the day was a photo booth where we dressed up as kings and queens to have photos taken together. There were face paints, glitter hair and tattoos. We played cage football and made crowns.

The day ended with all the schools getting together for an epic dance off. We had an amazing day celebrating the Kings coronation. Our thanks go to the staff and students of Broadstairs College.


Eva Edwards  age 10

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Love of learning, Love of one another, Love of our world, Love of GodLiving out our 5 school values: Belonging, Caring, Enjoying, Respect, Teamwork






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St Joseph's Catholic Primary School is an academy, and part of the Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership. The Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership is an exempt charity and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under company registration number 08176019 at registered address: Barham Court, Teston, Maidstone, Kent, ME18 5BZ. St Joseph's Catholic Primary School is a business name of Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership.