The Platinum Jubilee celebrations have already started across schools in Bucks.

This included plans for street parties and a bake-off to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's impressive 70-year reign.

West Wycombe School’s children prepared for the festivities by singing and making crowns ahead of the big Jubilee weekend.

Deputy Headteacher Tabitha Rowley said: “At West Wycombe School we are really excited about the upcoming celebrations for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

“Our Reception class children have started learning how to sing the National Anthem and made crowns.

“This week, we are working on decorating the front of the school in the Queen’s honour.

On May 25, the school will have a street party with decorations and bunting showing events from the last 70 years.

She added: “On Saturday June 4, our Friends of West Wycombe School association are organising a parade through the village which will end up at the school for a BBQ and games.”

The Griffin House School pupils in Little Kimble, Aylesbury, explored what life was like during Queen Elizabeth’s reign in the 70s.

The headteacher Tim Walford said: “The children at Griffin House School are getting very excited about the upcoming Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

“Next Friday parents, staff and children will gather together for our Jubilee Tea Party and this week we have been studying one decade of her majesty’s rule looking at events of the 1970s.

“The children have explored fashions, choreographed dances to classic 70s tunes, made collages of blockbuster film posters, researched and written newspaper articles form the decade and even designed commemorative stamps.”

The children at Cadmore End CofE School in High Wycombe have been making elaborate Jubilee bakes for their bake-off competition. 

Later this afternoon, they will have maypole and country dancing  all dressed in red, white and blue to celebrate the Queen’s reign.

All pupils at Green Ridge Primary Academy in Aylesbury will take part in a writing task in their English class.

They will design a cake ‘fit for a Queen’ and write a set of instructions on how to make the cake, and draw portraits of the Queen in art class.

In design and technology, pupils decorate biscuits, make Victoria sponge cakes and design Union Jack bunting.

As a cherry on top to the celebrations on May 27, parents and carers will join their child’s classroom to celebrate what they’ve learned during the Jubilee themed week.