Bolton School Infants

Children Perform a Joyous Harvest Celebration

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Year 2 children at Beech House, bedecked in colourful Autumn outfits, led a joyous Harvest Assembly in front of a packed audience of parents and relatives. There was some wonderful dancing, singing, artwork and storytelling on display as the gathering enjoyed a story about a village where no-one was willing to share and about pupils' favourite fruit and vegetables. Reception and Year 1 turned to face the audience and joined in two final rousing Harvest songs at the end of the assembly.

Children and their families made a large food donation to Urban Outreach's Winter Watch campaign.

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