Kensworth Voluntary Controlled Lower School marked its 160th anniversary by returning to Victorian days for a week.
The school was opened in October 1853 “to improve the villagers of Kensworth”.
Headteacher Anna Kentish said: “Just like our predecessors we endeavour to improve the learning environment of our pupils making our school a truly great place to learn.
“The children have thoroughly enjoyed the week, dressing as Victorian pupils, having a Victorian lunch and visiting Milton Keynes Museum.
“The celebrations ended with a Victorian assembly followed by a tea party for parents, the Over 60s Club and invited guests.”
Kensworth School added a pre school in 2007 and is now looking forward to a new era becoming a full primary school in September 2014.