Harvest Festival at Upper School
It was wonderful for so many parents to be able to come join us for our Harvest Festival this at Upper School.
Our Year 6 girls sang superbly in the Senior High March Voices choir and 6W recited The Acorn and 6G Colour poems, all delivered beautifully. We were blessed to have Reverend Sharon Roberts from St Michael and All Angels Church join us. Her message of the Harvest through a rainbow of food colours reminded us of the people who work so hard to provide us with the abundance of food we were fortunate to have in our Harvest display and, in addition, how our donations are so important at this time to help those in need. There were many lovely baskets and boxes with generous donations of food which Mrs Bissett set in a stunning display around a special loaf of bread baked by our chef, Martin.
The Harvest festival concluded with a joyous rendition of the song ‘Eat your Greens’, reminding us of how to get our 5 portions a day of fruit and vegetables. The food donations were taken to the Slough Foodbank where they were gratefully received shortly after our Harvest Festival. The generosity of our parents was also evident in the support of the School charity in the retiring collection at Harvest Festival which raised £839.45 for the NSPCC across the School.
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