Today I was absolutely thrilled to receive some beautiful thank you letters from children of all ages at Somersham Primary, where I visited in March as Queen Elizabeth I.
I've just spent the last hour attempting to scan the letters (successful) and get this blog to accept them as pictures (unsuccessful). So instead, I will entertain you with some quotes. Spelling and punctuation faithfully reproduced:
"Dear Queen Elizabeth,
"I am writing to say how much I enjoyed your visit; The class was truly astourneded by the amount of Facts you gave us. In my humanities book I have wrote a whole page of Facts; thanks to your information.
At the end of the day I was very sard because you had to leave we were all having so much fun; When you left; the class was amazed at how much fun you could have learning about the Tudors, so therefore on behalf of the Hawks Class I would like to Say a huge thank you.
George (on behalf of hawks)."
"I was cashtive to learn about the Tudors. My best bit ws when you told us about how thay got exquooded. But I don't know how many contrays the Tudors were in? I learn't that the cloves that you have means that you have a lot of mony. your favirat jewels were parls thank you for coming yours sensely AXL."
"I am a pupil of Somersham primary and I would like to say a viant thankyou! Friday 1st March I wil rember for the rest of my life...Most of all I really loved your visit and how you showed us eurey things. You are a brillent person with a good life ahead.