09:20AM, Tuesday 20 March 2012
Mums enjoyed a cream tea served to them by excited children on Friday.
Children from all years of the Furze Platt Infant and Junior Schools, in Oaken Grove, welcomed about 100 mums to the annual Mother's Day tea.
The children served their mums with a cream tea of scones, cream and jam and gave them a bunch of daffodils. Members of the Furze Platt School Association (FPSA), which organised the event, and teachers handed out cups of tea.
FPSA chair Jo Jennings, mum of pupils Hugh Rickard, eight, and Lydia Rickard, 10, said: "It's something that the children feel is about mum and not about them.
"The children really enjoyed it and it's nice for the mums to catch up and have a chat."
Grandparents and dads also got in on the action at the tea which was supported by Waitrose in Maidenhead and the Handmade Cake Company.
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