Caring and creative pupils at West Mains
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