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Musical Grantham pupils spread Christmas cheer

By Grantham Reporter

Reception and Year 1 children from Grantham Prep International School were excited to entertain the residents of Brick Kiln Place, in Grantham, earlier this month.

Some of the reception children remembered their termly visits to the residents when they were in pre-school, and wanted to continue this special relationship by sharing some of their Christmas songs from this year’s Nativity, called ‘Born in a Barn’.

The young children sang their hearts out to an audience with beaming smiles around the room.

There was lots of enthusiastic applause after each song too.

The audience’s favourite song was ‘We are Camels’ and they laughed at the words and actions referring to knobbly knees.

The infants were then followed by the senior band who played a medley of Christmas songs. They were impressive, dressed in their Christmas hats.

Head of infants Julia Ives said: “It was a lovely morning for all and it was great to see the delight on the faces of the elderly residents throughout the two Christmas performances.”

Reception and Year 1 children from Grantham Prep International School. (6003563)
Reception and Year 1 children from Grantham Prep International School. (6003563)


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