The chief executive of the Royal Academy of Arts helped out the community last week by judging a children's art completion.
East London vicar Rev Gordon Warren, rector of St Anne's Limehouse church launched the competition with the aim of raising children's' awareness of the Queen, the East London Advertiser reports.
Five schools from the church's parish submitted poetry and art, with the winning entry coming from a Tower Hamlets school child from Sir William Burrough Primary School.
Royal Academy chief executive Dr Charles Saumarez Smith and artist Lady Rosie West are to give the child his prize in June and claimed that they were both very impressed with the standard of the artwork.
Dr Saumarez Smith told the newspaper: "The entries were superb and really reflect how well the schools have been doing in teaching children the background to the royal family."
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