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34R St. Basil’s Visit Term 1 2019

This Term, Grade 34R had the opportunity to visit St. Basil’s nursing home twice. The Grade 3s we were very excited to take part in this experience as it was their first time. At our first visit, we enteracted with the elderly and played games of cards, colouring in activities, made conversations and had refreshments…. Read more »

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