B Cador: December 2015
Y5 have just spent some time at Wrenbury Nursing Home singing carols and spreading a little festive cheer. They were wonderful. It was lovely to hear some of the residents singing along to O Little Town of Bethlehem and Silent Night as well as enjoying some new carols and We wish you a merry Christmas with sign language.
Thank you to Miss Phillips, Miss Smith and Mrs Rowlands for helping with transport and the super singing.
"I would just like to say thank you to the school and the children that attended Wrenbury Nursing Home yesterday. The children sang beautifully and the residents, staff and visitors thoroughly enjoyed listening to them. They were also extremely polite and well behaved.
We were so pleased that the children also visited the lounges and sang to those who did not feel able to attend the main event in the Dining room. It was also a lovely added touch when they sang to the visitors outside who had arrived too late.
Again many thanks and you are all welcome at Wrenbury Nursing Home any time. We look forward to your next visit. "
Wrenbury Nursing Home
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