An infant school in Hazlemere celebrated its 50th anniversary with two days of special activities. 

Staff and pupils at Manor Farm Infant School dressed in costumes from 1968 and there was a birthday cake and special disco featuring music from the era.

In the 1960s Hazelmere was described as the fastest growing village in England. The children explored the local area, comparing maps from the 60s with how the area looks today, to give them a taste of how things have changed.

Paula Coppins, head teacher, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate how much the school has achieved and changed.

“We have spent two days exploring what life was like in Hazelmere during the late 1960s.

“We’ve all really enjoyed celebrating this milestone and we look forward to providing a rich and rewarding start to education over the next 50 years.”