Far Forest Primary PTA: Queens Platinum Jubilee Far Forest School Plaque

Our project was for all of the school children (some teachers and pre-school) to decorate/paint a tile to make up one large mural. Each tile depicts what the queen and/or jubilee mean to them. We called upon the expertise of local artists, and former students of the school, Camille Peplow and Beth Green of The Melting Pot, Bewdley to help with the design and production of tiles and Mark Leadbetter of Willow Picture Framing, Frith Common to frame and mount the finished mural. We used the jubilee colours of purple with a platinum frame. The accompanying plaque was made by Adam Tarbet of Wordsley General Engineering Limited, Stourbridge.

The mural was installed on Thursday 26th May ahead of our ‘Jubilee Jamboree’ celebrations.


The children had so much fun working on this project and it was great to see how creative they could be. Their tile pictures range from corgis (very popular), crowns, flags and even a Royal Pokémon ball!! All tiles have the artist’s initials on the bottom right corner to be identified. Seeing the mural as a finished glazed piece was a real highlight. The different shades of purple were really brought to life with the glaze and the framing just finished the piece off. It’s lovely to think this will be on the school walls for years to come.



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