Schoolchildren in the Newquay area enjoyed special celebrations to mark the King’s Coronation.

Pupils at Trenance Learning Academy enjoyed a party to mark the historic occasion.

A school spokesman said: “Trenance not only celebrated all of the amazing achievements of each child and class, but taught lessons on history, held craft competitions and designed a crown fit for a King.

“Our playground was filled with red, white and blue, whilst children enjoyed fish and chips in a cone before tasting a very ‘Regal’ Trenance biscuit made by our amazing Kitchen team. There were celebrations and dancing as the sun joined the party.” 

Children enjoyed a feast fit for a King at Trenance Learning Academy (Submitted)

Children at Newquay Junior Academy enjoyed a feast fit for a King with their parents to celebrate the Coronation. Many wore red, white and blue at the picnic and the schoolchildren staged a special singing performance.

Children dressed as Kings to mark the Coronation at Terrance Learning Academy (Submitted)

Pupils at St Columb Minor Academy Blue School dressed in red, white and blue clothes and ate like Kings at a special Coronation picnic.

A school spokesman said: “Even though it ended up being an indoor picnic the children had a fun celebration with crowns, hand held union jack flags, crown shaped biscuit thanks to our kitchen team and cream teas enjoyed at home.”

Schoolchildren at Bishops Church of England Academy wore red, white and blue to school and had a special picnic lunch.

A school spokesman said: “We had a wonderful day celebrating the Coronation of King Charles. The sun even made a brief appearance for us all at lunchtime. 

“In the afternoon the children made crowns and had a special assembly.”

Children at Indian queens Primary School and Nursery enjoyed a party to mark the Coronation.

A school spokesman said: “We had a fantastic day of celebration.

“The children enjoyed all the singing, dancing, drumming, playing instruments, creating artwork and best of all the party.”