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Children of Bressingham Primary School visit Swan Nursery School and De Lucy Care Home




Children of Bressingham Primary School have been spreading some Christmas cheer in Diss.

SHINING BRIGHT: Bressingham Primary School pupils sang for residents at De Lucy Care Home.
SHINING BRIGHT: Bressingham Primary School pupils sang for residents at De Lucy Care Home.

More than 30 pupils embarked on a Nativity tour on Monday, visiting Swan Nursery School and De Lucy Care Home.

The children had been rehearsing carols as part of their Christmas show for more than a month.

De Lucy Care Home manager Lauren Tubby said: “It was a wonderful experience to welcome the community into our home.

“One of our residents said that there was a smile on every child’s face. They’d clearly worked really hard.”

Especially well received was the children’s Christmas version of Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes.

“It was a very interactive and stimulating performance,” said Ms Tubby. “We owe a massive thank you to the school.”

The group proved just as popular with 30 children at Swan Nursery.

Owner Michelle Bowgen said: “It was wonderful. Our little children joined in with familiar songs such as Jingle Bells and Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star – some of them even got up to dance.”

At the end of the performance, the pupils received a big applause from those present.

Reception class teacher Emma Sullivan said: “We used to do this in the past, so we thought it would be nice to pick it up again.

“It’s such a lovely experience for the community as it brings old and young together at a special time of year.”



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