To celebrate our annual Harvest Assembly, pupils brought in a vast range of produce. It made an excellent display and helped us all appreciate the many gifts we enjoy. The produce was sold at the sign out hut in aid of Mary’s Meals, as we made sure we, as a community, remember the needs of others less fortunate than ourselves.
Our Year 8 prefects did a great job of leading the assembly and Year 3 helped us value the importance of bees and other pollinators, and encouraged us to remember to be grateful for the small things we need as well as the big things.
Mr Farquhar spoke about the work Gardening Club have done this term. They have taken the top layer off an area of land at the back of school and have seeded it with wildflower seed mix. In time, we hope it will become home to a rich variety of flora and fauna, particularly bees! We’re very much looking forward to seeing how the area changes over the next few months.