Performing at Ronald McDonald House
Headington musicians brought some festive joy to families at a special facility at Oxford’s John Radcliffe Hospital.
On Wednesday, December 1st, eight Headington girls performed at the new Ronald McDonald House, which is described as “a space to give families the chance to stay close to their child whilst they are in hospital”.
The girls played and sang a seasonal mix of pieces for some of the children, parents and staff.
Oxford’s Lord Mayor Cllr Mark Lygo was also in attendance, who commented that the girls’ performances were “fantastic”.
Headington Music teacher Mr Tom Anderson said: “The audience enjoyed dancing and singing along with some of the music and the girls who performed were extremely professional in their performances and delivery.”
This was the second musical performance this year held as part of the School’s commitment to serving the local community.