02:45PM, Wednesday 13 July 2016
A Kate Middleton lookalike, a portable farm and a pedal powered smoothie maker were all at Penn Wood School's annual summer celebration on Friday.
Parents of students at the school in Penn Road, Slough, were welcomed by a rendition by the school's drumming club as the day of fun began.
Pupils had their faces painted, met a variety of animals courtesy of Maidenhead-based Basil's Farm, had a blast on a bouncy castle and played a range of sports and games.
"There were smiles and there was laughter everywhere," said Penn Wood headteacher Jane Girle.
"We had lots of ex-students who came along with their families to see teachers who had taught them in the past.
"My 16-year-old son came back for it on the day of his prom night, which is indicative of our school’s community."
Children also had the chance to make smoothies using a pedal powered smoothie maker.
Staff member Lisa English proved popular with pupils and parents who loved having their photos taken with the Duchess of Cambridge doppelganger.
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