Children At East Dene Primary School Deliver Christmas Artwork To Rotherham Care Home

Moorgate Croft, a residential care home in Rotherham, has received festive artwork from students at East Dene Primary School.

The students at East Dene School created Christmas cards, a multi-coloured pom-pom wreath and a 3D Christmas tree to deliver to the home. The crafts were then isolated at Moorgate Croft for 72 hours in order to ensure that they were COVID-safe.

Students at the school on Doncaster Road, wanted to create the decorations to help the make the twelve days of Christmas even more special for the residents.

Ann Wood, manager at Moorgate Croft, said: “We love celebrating Christmas with our residents, and we were delighted that East Dene Primary School wanted to join in with the festivities.

“The cards and decorations that they created were really thoughtful and will look great around the home. Thank you to the children at East Dene for their lovely artwork, our residents loved it!”












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