Our Harvest theme this year was Water, following the near-drought experienced in the summer. In our Harvest Service, we highlighted the importance of saving water, and reflected on what life is like for the 10% of children in the world who do not have access to flowing fresh water supplies.
The infant children had great fun telling the story of the ‘Tiger who came to Tea’ where he drinks all the water in the tap and Sophie cannot have a bath because there is no water left. Our junior children presented ideas on saving water and shared poems and drama based around the lives of those who do not have access to fresh water.
Choir sang the song ‘A short walk to freedom’ which tells of the difference a single tap can make in a village without water.
Thank you to all who joined us for our service.
Have a look at pictures of our Harvest Service in the gallery, where you can also listen to our choir's singing.