Middleton Primary pupils sing for Trinity Network

On Thursday (19 December 2019), some of the children from Middleton Primary School went to the Trinity Network to sing carols. It was a very special day for the children as they went and represented the school singing in front of a very large audience of the elderly generation and our local Councillors Judith Blake and Kim Groves and Paul Truswell.

They did the school proud and the feedback they received has truly shown how amazing the children at Middleton Primary School really are:

“They were a pleasure to have. They represented the school very well, showing all of us what confident, well behaved and well-mannered children you teach. Each of them were so polite and wished everyone a Merry Christmas. The children of Middleton Primary School are a credit to you all. Amazing.”

Middleton Primary School are now looking forward to supporting the amazing work of the Trinity Network in the future.

The Trinity Network is a registered charity dedicated to providing social activities for older people. They have been providing day facilities for older people in South Leeds for over 40 years from bases in Belle Isle and Beeston. They are committed to providing facilities for older people in our communities both for the benefit of the members as well as their families. You can find out more about the amazing work they do in the community at trinitynetwork.org.uk


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One Reply to “Middleton Primary pupils sing for Trinity Network”

  1. so proud of Middleton Primary school .its a pleasure to work there .the children are so lovely. and the teachers are amazing xxxxxxxxx

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