Harvest festival fun at Western Primary

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Foundation Stage children at Western Primary and Nursery celebrated the pick of the crop at their Harvest Festival show at the end of October. The children, aged 3 and 4, had great fun performing the story of the giant turnip and sang harvest related songs to a large audience of parents and visitors.

Claire Magill, Infant Team Leader said:

We learned all about produce in the foundation stage in the first half of term.

Children love sharing the songs and stories they have learned at school and putting on a performance in the school enabled them to bring their learning to life.

They thoroughly enjoyed preparing for the show. It was a delight to see the support of so many parents, and to watch the children brimming with confidence on the stage.


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