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Across the Generations

At All Saints, we believe it is important to support people in our local community. We have built an ongoing relationship with residential homes in the local community. Find out what we have been doing.

Some of our Rainbow Club children visited the residents of Acorn Lodge this week to share in some Easter craft activities. The Easter wreaths which they crafted together symbolise not only the spirit of Easter but also the bond formed through shared experiences.

The residents found the morning to be a delightful experience and wished for more visits from the children.


The children said of the experience 'It was amazing! We got to meet new friends. I loved helping them, playing with them and making them laugh. I was a little nervous at first but we had fun together and I liked giving them all a hug goodbye. I hope they keep their Easter wreaths and I am proud that I was chosen to go. We would like to go again’.

The children embraced the opportunity wholeheartedly. We’re sure the enjoyment of cake and chocolate Easter eggs added a sweet touch to the day, but the genuine joy between the children and residents have undoubtedly created cherished memories for all involved.

We look forward to other opportunities in the future to work with Acorn Lodge and the wider community.

Click on the photos below to see some lovely images when residents from Acorn Lodge Care Home have visited for an afternoon of crafts.
Pupils have visited their Pen Pals at 
Caldwell Grange Care Home & The Lodge at Caldwell Grange.
We have also had residents from both care homes come to see our class assemblies.

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