Whittlesey pupils have a colourful harvest
Whittlesey pupils celebrated harvest festival with a whole school assembly with each class playing an important part with songs, poems and prayers.
The Rev Nigel from St Mary’s Church, who led the assembly at New Road Primary School and reminded pupils of the importance of saying ‘thank-you’ and how good that can make people feel.
The song ‘Harvest Rock and Roll’ got our hands clapping and feet tapping.
Children and staff, have also once again, generously contributed to the Whittlesey Emergency Food Aid Project with tins and packets of food creating a colourful harvest display.
Pastor Brian, from Whittlesey Christian Church, also joined pupils and staff for the harvest assembly and was able to take the food gifts away to be used as needed.
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