The younger children of Northlands Wood Primary School in Haywards heath treated their parents and staff to a wonderful harvest assembly recently with songs about big red combine harvesters and poems on a harvest theme.
For our Early Years children this was the first opportunity to perform and even though they have only been with us for a few weeks, they were amazing.
This year the harvest gifts given by families are being donated to Family Support Work (FSW) who support local families in crisis and we were joined by Caroline Steer, a representative of the charity who explained to the children where these gifts would be going and how grateful the families would be.
Gavin Oulton, Headteacher said: “Once again I have been amazed by the confidence and talent of our children. We are also grateful to our families for their generous gifts which I know will be really useful for local families in need.
“We would also like to thank James Neve, one of our parents, who yet again kindly made a bread centrepiece for our table”.
Pictured are some of our children with Gavin Oulton and Caroline Steer and the harvest gifts.
Report and picture contributed by Northlands Wood School.