Hampers of donations for charities
THE PIPERS Corner School held a harvest festival, which began with an assembly led by school chaplain, Reverend Mary Gurr.
Each House brought forward a decorated hamper with items donated by girls and parents.
All the girls from pre-prep to upper sixth collected a variety of produce and household items to donate to their chosen charity.
Hampden House chose to support the Wycombe Night Shelter, girls in Penn House donated gifts for the Oxford homeless, Milton girls donated to the food bank One Can Trust in High Wycombe and Mandeville House donated their harvest baskets to people in need in the local community and to Nancy Hall Court.
The pre-prep and prep departments also had a special assembly some girls sang a fantastic rendition of the harvest song Cauliflowers Fluffy. Pre-prep also baked bread together and created a harvest loaf complete with little mice.
Headteacher Helen Ness-Gifford said: “The Harvest Festival is always lovely occasion of celebration at Pipers.
“It provides an opportunity for the girls to look at ways in which they can support those who are in need. The generous gifts really do make a difference to the people who are supported by the House charities.”