Early Years children at Rydal Penrhos brought some early festive cheer to a nearby facility as part of an ongoing initiative.
The department began a community outreach programme at Merton Place Residential Home in Colwyn Bay at the start of the academic year, and their latest visit to the facility brought with it plenty of fun and activities continue the scheme fantastic initial success.
Staff at the site provided a train set for the group to play with whilst the residents watched on, before they asked questions relating to trains and joined in with the noises thechildren were making during the activity.
The contingent were then given the opportunity to sing in front of residents and staff, in addition to practicing their Christmas nativity sequence ahead of their performance at the Prep School at the conclusion of term.
They will be returning to Merton Place to act out the nativity in full before the eagerly awaited Christmas break.
Prep School Head Alison Hind, said: “This is just one of many community initiatives our Prep and Senior pupils take part in throughout the year, and it is fantastic to see the youngest members of the Rydal Penrhos family bringing so much joy to residents at a place we are proud to be associated with.
“Our staff do a wonderful job of preparing so well for each visit and you can really see just how much it is benefitting not only the residents of Merton Place, but also our thoughtful and caring Early Years children.”