The film opens with a boy dressed as St. George leading a procession of small children; a teacher assists. Girls dressed in white dresses and wearing daisy garlands follow the boys in the procession. On a field nearby, the children dance and skip around a maypole; the ribbons blow freely in the breeze. The children wearing costumes stand on a decorated platform in the field near to the maypole; parents of the children stand nearby watching. As the children skip and dance, the May Queen is presented with bunches of flowers. The children continue to dance, the boys perform a morris dance and a mixture of children dance around the maypole. The May Queen, with a highly decorated floral crown is seen pouring tea for the children as they sit around tables. After tea, the procession moves off along a path and up a steep road. Brief scenes of boys climbing in and out of a ground floor window. Some of the boys dressed in Scouts uniforms join the procession as it makes its way to the school. Outside the school, children play and dance and a few of them wave at the camera as the film ends.