Car­ing and cre­ative pupils at West Mains

East Kilbride News - - NEWS -

Think­ing of oth­ers Pupils at West Mains Pri­mary School showed their cre­ative side – by mak­ing their very own scare­crows.

Joined by their fam­i­lies, a har­vest craft af­ter­noon took place at the Lo­gie Park school.

They brought some old clothes to help dress their scare­crows and the af­ter­noon was also an op­por­tu­nity for fam­i­lies to meet their child’s teacher and class sup­port staff.

The school was buzzing with ex­cite­ment on the day as pupils and fam­i­lies worked in teams to bring the piles of straw and cloth­ing to life – and ev­ery­one was very im­pressed with the re­sults.

The scare­crows were shown off in a pa­rade go­ing across the school play­ground where they now proudly stand next to the MUGA pitch.

A har­vest assem­bly was held the next day with dona­tions made to a lo­cal food bank.

A school spokesper­son said:“West Mains staff would like to thank ev­ery­one who joined in mak­ing scare­crows and send­ing dona­tions.”

West Mains kids do­nate to a lo­cal food bank and, be­low, the scare­crows which have taken up res­i­dence at the school

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