Pupils’ sparkling designs share the magic of Christmas with residents

Primary school pupils have been spreading festive cheer to residents of a retirement development.

Pupils from St Christopher's Catholic Primary School
Pupils from St Christopher's Catholic Primary School

A box full of Christmas cards, handmade by year 6 pupils at St Christopher’s Catholic Primary School, brought joy to Brindley Gardens homeowners in Codsall.

Year 6 pupils from St Andrew’s C of E Primary School also shared their good tidings and personal messages with residents at Thorneycroft in Tettenhall.

Pupils from St Andrew's C of E Primary School

Kevin Brown, deputy head at St Christopher’s Catholic Primary School, said: “All of our pupils really enjoyed making and writing their cards.

"It was certainly a great way to get us all into the Christmas spirit and help to foster relationships between the generations.”

Samantha Watkins, deputy divisional sales and marketing director for McCarthy and Stone which manages both Retirement Plus properties, added: “The pupils at St Christopher’s and St Andrew’s have gone above and beyond to produce some incredible cards.”

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