Over the past few weeks we have been busy in school learning about Harvest. In place of a ‘traditional’ Harvest festival this year, Reverend Mann did a virtual service and the children heard about the history of it in the Christian church, bible stories, and its role in the wider context of our community.
Each class then generated some work from their lessons in place of an RE lesson.
Year 2 created a thankful tree and thought about all the food they are grateful for-the fruit, vegetables and crops in the fields. Each member of the class designed a leaf to hang from the branches of our tree and they recognised how lucky they were to have plentiful food.