The Queen has unveiled a plaque during a visit to mark the centenary of a Norfolk school.
The Queen met staff and pupils at the school
King Edward VII High School in King's Lynn was opened by the Queen's great grandfather, King Edward VII, in November 1906.
The Queen was photographed on a 100-year-old camera when she returned to the school for the first time in more than half a century.
She also signed a portrait of herself - as she had done in 1956.
A photographer used a Box Brownie to record her visit on Wednesday as part of a BBC documentary about Edwardian inventions.
Edward VII's opening of the school on 5 November 1906 was also recorded on a Box Brownie.
Head teacher Michael Douglass said the visit would be a lasting memory for many of the children at the school.
"It is a great privilege for the school to have a visit from Her Majesty, The Queen."