Thinking of those less fortunate
At the end of last week we were joined by High March families for two Harvest Festival Services.
The first one was for children in Year 2 and Nursery and the second was for those in Reception and Year 1. Families had been most generous in bringing in Harvest gifts, which made a wonderful display at the front of the room. These gifts will be enjoyed by the elderly in Beaconsfield at the Thursday Lunch Club and likely to be a real treat for all concerned.
The Reverend Sharon Roberts spoke to the children about how the world’s resources are not shared evenly by all and how important it is that we all share as much as we are able to help those who are less fortunate than we are. All who were present were ‘wowed’ by the confident singing from the children and amazed that such young pupils had managed to learn so many words to the songs in the short four weeks they have been in school. It was clear that the children really enjoyed performing for their families. It was a wonderful start to a Thursday morning!
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