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.
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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