JUNIOR pupils at Shoreham College are guilty of playing with their food – but all in a good cause.
Children in year five were inspired to produce vegetable and fruit sculptures as part of the recent harvest festivities.
Using all manner of produce and plenty of cocktail sticks, they constructed stunning ‘veg-heads’, representing human or animal faces, all made out of food.
Creators of the winning entries in the ‘veg-heads’ competition were Isabel Hunter, Lukas Fung-On, Elliott Fleming, Max Sketcher and Layla Roshan.
The school said all the junior pupils had celebrated harvest with great enthusiasm and generosity.
Each class presented artwork, poems, prayers and songs to give thanks for all the wonderful food and produce they eat.
The Rev Britton Voss helped pupils and staff to reflect on the needs of others who often face hunger and famine.
A donation was made to the link school in Kenya and food gifts were delivered to the Emmaus community in Portslade.
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