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Christmas in the Community – Kingston

Our Christmas celebrations were off to a fantastic start last week when students from Orchard Hill College and Bedelsford dusted off their elf hats and took to the stage in Kingston Christmas Market for a festive performance!

Following a welcome from Geoff Austin, the former Mayor of Kingston, our first act took to the stage…
Orchard Hill College students from Beaconsfield in New Malden got the celebration off to a great start with Christmas carols and live music on the guitar from our Lecturer Rosy, which got us all truly in the festive spirit!

We were delighted to be joined by pupils from OHCAT school Bedelsford. Every pupil chose an instrument to play while singing some Christmas tunes which the audience were keen to join in with!

One member of the public said ““This is the true meaning of Christmas.”

As a result of outstanding teaching, over time students make excellent progress and develop the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their goals.
Ofsted November 2019

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