12:40PM, Sunday 16 November 2014
Food donations were handed over to charity by pupils at Braywood First School in Oakley Green Road.
Students collected food as part of their Harvest Festival Celebrations on October 23, where they sang a 'Harvest Samba' and parents left food and donations to UNICEF Ebola.
A group of children then took the parcels to Foodshare in Maidenhead.
Headteacher Susan Calvert said "I am so impressed with the generosity of our parents, who can always be relied on to support the school."
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