08:05AM, Wednesday 23 July 2014
A quarter century of education and five popular headteachers were celebrated on Friday when Queen Anne Royal Free CE First School celebrated its 25th anniversary.
The school in Chaucer Close, Windsor opened its doors in September 1988 - before being officially opened in April 1989 by Princess Anne.
Parents, governors and trustees all joined in the celebrations last week.
The school has only had five headteachers. Current incumbent Judith Street welcomed three predecessors Gloria Ringrose, Christine Tsakmakis and Tina Moss - before everyone settled down to be entertained by the children.
Mrs Street said: "The children have all worked really hard to learn their songs and routines. We are all proud to be part of this historic anniversary."
A celebration cake was produced to round off the event.
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