Norwich School pupils, whom are part of our Making Musicians group, went to Sprowston Day Centre Luncheon Club to play their instruments for the elderly. Mrs Speca and Ms McLanaghan were very impressed with the pupils attitudes and said it was a very special morning.
Toby Hunt, Bethan Callow, Sophie Todd, Eliza Prior, Alice Platten and Elizabeth King played a range of instruments and pieces to their captive audience.
Friend in Deed, a local charity which focuses on intergenerational programmes, were also at the day centre and our pupils spent time interacting with all age ranges. Kelly Lindsay, who founded Friend in Deed said: "I just wanted to say thank you and to let you know how amazing the students were that attended Sprowston Day Centre."
"I loved this morning and would love to do it again. The people there were so friendly and it was a great environment to play in. I felt very comfortable and so i felt relaxed" Bethan Callow L5B
"I thought that the morning was a very special event for those at the day centre and for the community. I would be delighted to participate in this in the future" Toby Hunt L5R