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☰ Grandparents' Spring Service

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Grandparents’ Spring Service

Posted on March 30 2017

The Grandparents’ Service was another Forest Park success. The hall was packed with Grandparents and other family members eager to watch their little ones performing in the Spring Service.  After a welcoming hot drink and a scone or cake on these not so spring like days, the children began to take their places in the hall.

First up was Pre-Prep with their poem and song about a wiggly worm.  Lots of big smiles and wriggly worms were proudly shown to all. Next came Reception who performed a poem about Little Arabella Miller and her fuzzy caterpillar, followed by a lovely song about Spring. Lots of bouncy frogs and flapping wings and more big smiles!

Then we were treated to a song from the amazing Infant Choir. I’m sure we will all be humming ‘digging the garden’ for a few days. Next, we had a solo from Connie in Year 2. Connie very bravely sang ‘Sing a Rainbow’ to a packed out hall. She sang beautifully and brought a tear to a few eyes, particularly mine!

Next up, we had ‘Chicken Licken’ performed by Year 1 and 2. We saw Amazing Actors, Superstar Speakers and Superb Singers. Chicken Licken led her brood around the stage rushing to tell the King that the sky was falling but was cunningly intercepted by the sneaky Foxy Loxy.

All the children were amazing and we could tell that they really enjoyed their performance. The staff received some lovely comments from many families about the show. A great big ‘thank you’ to all of you who came to watch.

Mrs Lynn

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