On Wednesday the 4th October, children at Chambersbury Primary School were joined by 70 parents and Captain Marie Burr from the Salvation Army to celebrate our Harvest Festival.
We kicked off by singing the Harvest Samba as a school before Reception performed Dingle Dangle Scarecrow with A LOT of enthusiasm! We had poetry from Year 3 before Year 2 showed some of the observational drawings of food items they'd brought in.
Year 4 shared about the journey our food makes from the field to the plate, linking into work they have been doing in Science about carbon footprints. Year 5 brought some poetry based on the five senses before Year 1 retold the story of Little Red Hen.
We finished with a video from Year 6 (you can rewatch here - https://chambersbury.primarysite.media/media/harvest) and The Harvest Song.
Congratulations to Year 6, the class who brought in the most items for our Harvest collection. Overall we brought in over a thousand items which have been donated to the Salvation Army and the work they do.