Students and staff at a Kew school celebrated a 300th anniversary with an outdoor tea party.

Queen’s School in Kew celebrated the anniversary of St Anne’s Church on Kew Green, with which it has been associated for more than 200 years.

The Diocese of Southwark and special guests from the church enjoyed seven chosen hymns performed by each year group that showed changing styles in the past 300 years.

Father Nigel Worn from St Anne’s helped to cut the cake made by a class teacher at Queen's, before he was presented with artwork from each year group that will be displayed at the church.