All the pupils at Weston Green School held their Harvest celebration at All Saints Church this week and were delighted to perform in front of their parents who were invited to join.
During the ceremony, each class recited poems, gave readings, played instruments and sung words of thanks.
Although our Nursery class didn’t join in with the actual Harvest Celebrations, they had their own celebrations in forest school where they made a Harvest Scarecrow using hay, school uniform and a pumpkin head! They also made harvest wreaths to add to the harvest display in the school hall.
The school values this term focus on respect and being gracious, and as a school community, we realise how important it is to be aware that there are people living in our local area who maybe struggling to feed their families at this current time. Sadly, this situation is mirrored across the country and indeed wider world. Consequently, we are proud to be supporting the work of the East Elmbridge Foodbank, through the generous harvest gifts the children have brought in. These donations will contribute towards emergency food parcels for local families in need.