Today, we held a very successful Harvest Service at Leaton Church. Each class dedicated time in recent weeks to thinking about our theme: God’s world.
On Climate Action Day, pupils considered what is important to them in the world and how we can all look after it. This work fed into their ideas for the Harvest Service.
Pimhill and Haughmond sang about recycling and made models out of ‘rubbish’ that can now be played with! Grinshill talked about how they could look after the world, including writing some fantastic poems. Stiperstones and Wrekin researched all kinds of environmental issues and how we/they can help save the planet, as well as writing some very thoughtful prayers.
All in all, we are very proud of the work, ideas, prayers and promises the pupils created – it was truly their service!
Finally, we would like to thank all of the parents, carers, friends and family who came along to share the Service. Reverend Hannah Lins, the congregation and the staff at school would also like to say thank you for the generous donations to the food bank in Shrewsbury.
Dear Lord. Thank you for Harvest time when we can share with those less fortunate than us and remember how to love God’s world. Amen (Prayer written by Clementine, Y6)