Bosbury Stages Fantastic Harvest Festival!
Bosbury School staged another marvellous Harvest Festival at Bosbury Church to mark the end of a very long first half of the Autumn Term, together with the school's long-traditional repeat performance in front of grandparents enjoying a cup of tea or coffee with cake in the hall in the afternoon.
In front of a packed-out church with one of the biggest parent attendances ever, the Rev Mandy Williams welcomed everyone before Key Stage 2 started the service with some wonderful singing, ending with a rousing piece from Bosbury's esteemed drumming group.
Class 4 then led the proceedings with a great piece at the front of the church about the meaning of Harvest before Bosbury School's famed choir then wowed with some very moving singing.
Key Stage 1 then took centre stage sporting their brilliant headwear as they treated us to the Chugga Chugga Tractor song...
... before Class 4's superb speakers closed the service with some confident readings from the pulpit as the whole school delivered the final song based o sharing what you have with others.
The children then did it all over again this time for their grandparents at another well-attended tea party at school in the afternoon - a video of the final song can be found by clicking on the link below.
A huge thank you to all the Grandparents for coming to the Harvest Tea. pic.twitter.com/mZnt8Amd8e— Bosbury Primary (@BosburyPrimary) October 26, 2018
Well done to all of the pupils for singing so beautifully and thank you as always to Mrs. Walker for all of her hard work in putting together another brilliant service through all of the hours of practice with the choir on Friday afternoons as well the whole school during the weekly singing assemblies.
Thank you also to all of the parents and grandparents who attended either the church service or the tea party, to Rev Mandy for hosting us at the church, to the Bosbury WI for providing the delicious cakes for the tea party, and to Mrs. Kaye for her superb flower-arranging.
Watch this space for Christingle 2018 which is looking like being spectacular with the involvement of the brand new adult choir who will be busy rehearsing on Saturday mornings over the next six weeks!