Autumn at Moreton Hall wasn’t just about falling leaves; it was also the season for picking fresh apples from the school’s walled garden. Eager students got hands-on, picking a wheelbarrow full of apples. The excitement didn’t stop there; thanks to a thoughtful parent, the apples were turned into delicious apple juice, becoming a special treat for breakfast.
Imagine a bunch of us, armed with enthusiasm, spending an evening picking apples. It wasn’t just about getting the job done; it was about working together, appreciating nature, and connecting with the agricultural side of our school. Our freshly picked apples were transformed into pure, refreshing apple juice. This apple-picking thing wasn’t just about farming; it was a hands-on lesson about working together, taking care of our environment, and feeling good about what we can achieve when we team up.