Chailey Heritage Foundation has been a hive of activity over the last couple of weeks in celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Activities kicked off with the Queen’s Hat sensory story in Seymour department. Using noises and props, the class went on a journey around London to retrieve the Queen’s hat.
In art sessions, young people have been creating marbling effect bunting, paper chains, queen’s head flower potraits and so much more.
In cooking sessions we’ve been making jubilee themed cakes with red, white and blue icing.
In school, Seymour and Hanbury departments made a jubilee in a bag to enjoy over the jubilee weekend. This included flavoured soaps, hats, streamers and confetti.
Our residential young people enjoyed a jubilee party in the courtyard with games, a magician and an afternoon tea.
Lastly, we held a street party for everyone across the Foundation to get involved with. The sun was shining and we enjoyed decorating a giant corgi, playing with jelly, admiring the artwork each school department had created and taking part in massage and music sessions in the Dream Centre. What a busy morning!
We're all jubilee-d out now!