Miserden Primary School celebrate harvest festival
4:02pm Thursday 24th October 2013 in News
CHILDREN and staff at Miserden C of E Primary School embraced the philosophy that you are what you eat when they celebrated their annual harvest festival this year.
The students and teachers dressed up as items of food, creating colourful and creative outfits resembling a wide range of scrumptious vegetables and fruits.
In keeping with seasonal styles, a number of pupils wore Halloween pumpkin costumes, while another stayed true to his Gloucestershire roots by turning up as a tractor.
The harvest celebration was held on Friday, October 18, at St Andrew’s Church in Miserden at the end of a harvest themed week, which saw the children donate food to a homeless charity.
“The children and staff have put so much effort into their costumes and there is a real sense of celebration in the school,” said headteacher Jacqui Sollars.
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