In the lead-up to Narromine Public School’s musical, The Amazing Race Around The World, some of NPS’ stars went to visit the residents at Timbrebongie for a performance morning tea.
Lucy Shepherd (year 2) and Chantelle Walsh (year 6) sang a beautiful medley of Australian songs from the choir and Sarah Jackson recited the beautiful poem I Love a Sunburnt Country, written by Dorothea Mackellar.
The residents seemed to be impressed with the confidence and talent of students and enjoyed chatting with the girls over morning tea and birthday cake.
Ella Geyer also presented Timbrebongie with their tickets to the matinee performance as our special guests.
Narromine Public School always thor oughly adores its visits to Timbrebongie and loves the opportunity to perform
and converse with the lovely residents there.
It was a great opportunity for the students to gain experience performing in front of an audience and help prepare for the big day.
The students and teachers hope they enjoyed their visit as much as they did.
This article first appeared in Hangzhou Night Net.