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ALL THE LATEST NEWS, VIEWS AND STORIES FROM AROUND YOUR LOCAL AREA:OCTOBER/NOVEMBER All Saints’ Experience Harvest


This month the children from All Saints’ CE Primary School enthusiastically took part in the ‘Experience Harvest’ led by members of All Saints Church.


Each class, in turn, visited the Church and in small groups, learnt about the harvest of the ocean, the garden, the flock, the grain and the earth. Through each of these harvests, the Christian values of joy, humility, peace, generosity and patience were illustrated. The session culminated in the groups coming together at the end to express their thanks for the good harvest in a tented area which was symbolic of the sukkah (the foliage covered shelter the Jews dwell in during their harvest celebrations).


The children were greatly enriched by their harvest experiences and thoroughly enjoyed the thoughtful and interesting activities they were involved in. We would like to thank the members of All Saints Church for making the event so fascinating and thought provoking for us all.


Are you looking to choose a school for your child?


All Saints’ Nursery is now offering 30 hours provision as well as continuing our morning nursery sessions for children aged 3 and over


You are welcome to visit our lovely Nursery and Reception classes. Enjoy the interactive Foundation play area, explore the curriculum, see the menus for the freshly cooked school meals, visit our Breakfast and After School Club and meet our happy children and staff!


www.allsaintscockermouth.org.uk Tel: 01900 823431 Headteacher: Nicola Smallwood BEd Hons (Cambs), MA


WWW.THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK 19 OCTOBER 2017 ISSUE 419 PAGE 53


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