Pupils bring Christmas cheer to Home of Compassion

Children from Weston Green School spread Christmas cheer at the Home of Compassion in Thames Ditton, when they performed a repertoire of Christmas songs for residents.

Pupils aged 8 to 11 from the independent day school’s Key Stage 2 Choir, sang an assortment of carols which residents were able to join in with.

Weston Green School’s visit forms part of an ongoing programme of activities between the school and care home, including Forest School sessions within the grounds of the Home of Compassion and letter writing between pupils and residents.

Headteacher, Mrs Sarah Evans, said: “Here at Weston Green, we strive to maintain close links with the local community. The children were delighted to share their carols and their Christmas spirit with residents at the Home of Compassion.”

Home of Compassion is dedicated to providing the highest level of residential, nursing and dementia care for up to 71 elderly residents. The luxurious care home is set in delightful surroundings in the heart of Thames Ditton, with beautiful views over the river.

If you would like to find out more about life at Home of Compassion, our events and activities, or would like to arrange a visit to our home, please contact us on 0808 223 5406 or email manager.hoc@caringhomes.org.

Home of Compassion

Home Manager

Avril Jones


58 High Street,
Thames Ditton,

0808 223 5406
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