Grand day out
Talented pupils performed a wide variety of songs to an invited and well-known audience – their grandparents.
Healing School hosted another of its popular days to thank those who provide invaluable support to their grandchildren’s education.
Principal Mark Knapton said Grandparents’ Day, which took place on Monday (3rd July) was eagerly anticipated by the pupils.
“They know what an important support role their grandparents play in their education and other aspects of their life,” said Mr Knapton.
“This is the pupils’ way of thanking them. A good education relies on a partnership between home and school and we are also grateful for those supportive grandparents.”
The visitors were given a taste of lessons including Science, History, Food Technology and Art, as well as being treated to a Summer Recital. A variety of songs were performed, from ‘On My Own’ from Les Miserables to ‘Please Let Me Get What I Want’, originally written by The Smiths.
|Year 7 pupil, Rhys Kelly (11), welcomes his grandparents to Healing School||Year 7 pupil, Lilia Balderson (12), enjoys having her grandparents to visit.|
|Year 7 pupil, Alice McLoughlin (12), conducts and scientific experiment with nana and grandad.||Year 7 Pupil, Jack Dannatt (12), enjoys an art lesson with his grandparents.|