Children and staff from the sister schools of Anthony Curton Primary in Walpole St Peter and Tilney All Saints enjoyed harvest festival celebrations in their village churches.
Pupils sang traditional harvest hymns and songs, read poems and presented art work.
The school choirs also gave a performance.
Year six council members, Jaylynn Cousins and Tom Parfett, from Anthony Curton, and Charlie Davis and Sorcha Friel from Tilney All Saints, represented their peers at their sister school service, which were both officiated by the Rev Martin Dale.
Sarah Whistler, reception, year one and year two teacher at Tilney All Saints Primary School, said: “It went really well. The children particularly enjoyed singing songs.”
Parents also attended the services and Mrs Whistler said the church at Tilney All Saints was full. She added: “It was a really beautiful service. They did so well, I am really proud of them.”
Generous donations from both services were handed over to King’s Lynn Food Bank.