Students entertain people from residential homes

Students entertain people from residential homes

Pupils at Queen’s College Junior School played host to the annual Christmas Party organised by the Rotary Club of Taunton last week.

More than 80 people from residential homes across Taunton enjoyed festive entertainment from the students followed by a wonderful tea.

The Junior School’s senior choir (pictured) sang a programme of carols and songs, followed by Senior School students, who performed a varied repertoire of both instrumental and vocal pieces.

Rotary president, Mr Tom Stobie, said: “It gives us a great deal of pleasure to entertain these lovely people every year. We are very lucky to have Queen’s as our venue and we’d like to say a big thank-you to the school, the children and Mrs Tracey Khodabandehloo , the Junior School Headmistress.”

Mrs Khodabandehloo replied: “We were delighted to host this event once again and give the children a chance to provide some Christmas cheer – I think they get as much pleasure out of it as those attending!

“This party has become an important event on our Junior School calendar.”

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