AS it celebrated 70 years of the Queen’s reign, a Southall primary school looked a further 70 years ahead by burying a time capsule.

Durdan’s Park in King George’s Drive, off Lady Margaret Road, where head teacher Chris Duhig is retiring this year after 16 years, staged a number of Jubilee events.

They included a picnic in the school grounds, a day for each year group to celebrate a decade of the Queen’s reign and a time capsule, designed to be opened in 2092.

All children, from Nursery to Year 6, developed a scrapbook recording their experiences and reflections.

Facilities manager Daniel Stolarski, who lives and works on site, also recorded his and his family’s experience of life in the pandemic. He created a wooden frame for the time capsule plaque.

It was buried outside the main reception in a ceremony attended by school councillors, the senior leadership team and history lead Maryam Ahmad-Khan.