HARVEST mice, the alphabet and an African tale all featured in the celebration of Harvest for the children at Osgodby Primary School.
A packed village hall watched as each class did their bit to show how a good harvest is needed throughout the world.
Class 4 gave their harvest alphabet and spoke about the fregimals they had made, while Class 3 told the story of how a bad harvest in Africa was turned around by help given on self sufficiency by charity workers.
There was even a story of harvest mice from Class 2 and a funky rock ‘n’ roll harvest song from Class 1.
The sale of produce after the end of the Harvest Festival raised £195.04, which will go to a charity chosen by the Year 6 pupils.