Youngsters at Maltman's Green School in Gerrards Cross were hanging out the flags on Friday June 10 to wish Queen Elizabeth II a very happy 90th birthday.
The school was alive with the sound of music as the orchestra played outside and a huge street party was held in the playground.
Red, white and blue bunting was strung across the area as the youngsters - from the nursery class to Year 6 - enjoyed the lunchtime event. Pupils dressed in patriotic colours or as queens and princesses.
And they made a video of the entire school population shouting "Happy Birthday" wishes to the Queen.
After the street party, pupils headed to the Lapraik Hall for an afternoon of 'The Best of British' singalong as each class performed in celebration. The younger girls sang songs from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Mary Poppins and Oliver! While the senior school sang some Beatles favourites including Yellow Submarine and When I’m 64! The afternoon was rounded off rather spectacularly with everyone singing Land of Hope and Glory and God Save the Queen.
Mrs Emily Mendleton, marketing assistant at the school, said it was a very lively event and everyone had been looking forward to the afternoon of performances.
"I am sure the girls will remember this special afternoon for a long time to come," she said.