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Christ The King Catholic Primary School Learning, growing and praying together with Christ Our King

3.10.16

This morning, Hugh from Coventry Foodbank came into school to talk to us about the Harvest and all the food that we shoudl be grateful for. Hugh told us that 80,00 people in Coventry used the foodbank last year. These people are helped due to our generosity. He went on to tell us about a new interesting project set up with N.Power who allowed the Foodbank to give people who are struggling tokens to help thwm with their electricity and gas. Coventry is the first city to do this. Hugh went on to talk about the importance of eating together as a family. The children thought this was a super way to share our faith and promised to bring in tinned and packaged food for the foodbank.

This morning, Hugh from Coventry Foodbank came into school to talk to us about the Harvest and all the food that we shoudl be grateful for.  Hugh told us that 80,00 people in Coventry used the foodbank last year.  These people are helped due to our generosity.   He went on to tell us about a new interesting project  set up with N.Power who allowed the Foodbank to give people who are struggling tokens to help thwm with their electricity and gas.  Coventry is the first city to do this.  Hugh went on to talk about the importance of eating together as a family.  The children thought this was a super way to share our faith and promised to bring in tinned and packaged food for the foodbank. 1
This morning, Hugh from Coventry Foodbank came into school to talk to us about the Harvest and all the food that we shoudl be grateful for.  Hugh told us that 80,00 people in Coventry used the foodbank last year.  These people are helped due to our generosity.   He went on to tell us about a new interesting project  set up with N.Power who allowed the Foodbank to give people who are struggling tokens to help thwm with their electricity and gas.  Coventry is the first city to do this.  Hugh went on to talk about the importance of eating together as a family.  The children thought this was a super way to share our faith and promised to bring in tinned and packaged food for the foodbank. 2
This morning, Hugh from Coventry Foodbank came into school to talk to us about the Harvest and all the food that we shoudl be grateful for.  Hugh told us that 80,00 people in Coventry used the foodbank last year.  These people are helped due to our generosity.   He went on to tell us about a new interesting project  set up with N.Power who allowed the Foodbank to give people who are struggling tokens to help thwm with their electricity and gas.  Coventry is the first city to do this.  Hugh went on to talk about the importance of eating together as a family.  The children thought this was a super way to share our faith and promised to bring in tinned and packaged food for the foodbank. 3
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