St Albans school enjoy Mad Hatter’s Tea Party
PUBLISHED: 12:00 11 July 2015
Heathlands School in St Albans, a specialist school for deaf children, celebrated the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland with their very own Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.
Heathlands mad hatter's tea party
Two Alices enjoying the Mad Hatter's tea party put on by the school
Heathlands School enjoyed a day celebrating 150 years of Alice in Wonderland
Pupils and teachers Heathlands School got very creative with their decorations
Pupils at the school enjoyed lots of Alice in Wonderland themed activities
Pupils at Heathlands School were excited to dress up in Alice in Wonderland themed costumes
Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee made an appearance
Alice in Wonderland themed activities extended outdoors
The children donned an array of brightly coloured costumes to bring characters from the novel to life.
The Mad Hatter, living playing cards, characters inspired by the Queen of Hearts and even Alice herself were visible around the school site as staff and students embraced the Carroll themed festivities.
The day featured games including Queen of Hearts croquet, ‘I’m late’ White Rabbit sack races and pin the tail on the Cheshire cat.
Heathlands School offers support for profoundly deaf children aged between three and 16 years old. The school will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year.