Carol singers entertain patients at Stepping Hill

Children singing at Stepping Hill entrance

Carol singers from the junior school spread plenty of Christmas cheer when they visited the patients and residents at Stepping Hill hospital and local sheltered accommodation.

Children singing at Stepping Hill

The children sang festive songs to cheer up patients in two different hospital wards and entertained staff and visitors in the entrance hall.

Children singing at sheltered accomodation

A week later, music and drama teachers Mrs Ruth Cole and Mrs Alison Sullivan took another group of children to sing and read poems to the residents at sheltered housing schemes near school.

More Christmas kindness

Singing in the community isn’t the only kind-hearted gesture our pupils have made this December – they’ve also been supporting Key 103’s Mission Christmas campaign to deliver gifts to those who would otherwise wake up to nothing on Christmas morning.

Junior Christmas tree

Children in the juniors have also been putting presents under the tree for the Salvation Army and selling toys to raise money for Francis House, while a group of senior school carol singers raised over £200 for Clic Sargent by entertaining Christmas shoppers at Handforth Dean.

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