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Exton and Greetham pupils enjoy the harvest




Pupils from Exton and Greetham Primary School with their harvest basket. From left, Darcy Smith, Joshua Falco, Aimee Ross, Grant Reid and Jessica Douglass. Photo: Alan Walters MSMP-02-10-15-aw001 EMN-150510-112237001
Pupils from Exton and Greetham Primary School with their harvest basket. From left, Darcy Smith, Joshua Falco, Aimee Ross, Grant Reid and Jessica Douglass. Photo: Alan Walters MSMP-02-10-15-aw001 EMN-150510-112237001

Exton and Greetham CE Primary School had another outstanding Harvest Festival celebration this year.

‘From tiny seeds great things are grown’ was a theme running through the assembly, and with a growing number of children on roll, the school has much to celebrate at harvest.

Activities included the youngest children telling the story of the Little Red Hen and the older children sharing Harvest Haiku and prayers and dancing to the Harvest Samba.

The children again chose to collect tins and packets for the Rutland Foodbank, collecting more than 100 items.



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