Thank you so much to our families for their generous Harvest donations. We were blown away by how many tins, jars and non perishable items came in. These have now been put into quarantine until next week when Captain Graham will be collecting them to deliver to the Homeless Care Food bank in Maidstone. The children, following strict government guidelines maintaining social distance, had their first BPA Harvest celebration outside today. This has been recorded and will be sent to parents and carers tomorrow. Not only have they been busy making their own paper scarecrows and learning about the importance of Harvest but the children worked together to create their own school scarecrow who attended their Harvest celebration today too.

BPA's harvest donations and paper scarecrows
BPA's harvest donations
A child's paper scarecrow
A child wearing a hat
A staff member and children gardening