Mrs Heaton: June 2018
Well Done Wrenbury!
It was lovely to see so many of you there today on such a lovely sunny afternoon.
The afternoon started with the boys playing a fabulous rendition of Wonderwall by Oasis; so brave to perform in front of a large audience — we were all very proud of you.
Following that impressive performance the wonderful children of Wrenbury School sang their four songs. They performed with confidence and passion; each and every word was clear and beautifully sung. The faces of the children showed how much they enjoyed the experience.
The final song: "When I grow up" was especially moving; there was more than one tearful parent in the audience.
Thank you to the organisers of FiaFFaF for inviting us to perform as always it was a wonderful experience that was enjoyed by the children and staff alike.
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