Jolly good fun at Evans School’s Royal Tea in honor of Wills and Kate

Tea sandwiches and mini desserts sport the Union Jack.

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As the highlight of their Royal Wedding Week Celebration, all 120 students at Evans School attended a Royal Tea on April 27 in the presence of the “The Queen” in the school’s library. Each day that week in assembly, students learned about Great Britain and the role of its royal family.

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