Oliver – Tues 26th April 2016

By | April 26, 2016

We are proud parents tonight, mega proud.  

We’ve just come back from watching a school performance of Oliver in D’s SN school and could not be prouder of D and everyone who took part. They all sang and acted their little socks off.  Imagine being up on stage anyway, feeling anxious and nervous, now throw a disability into that and you start to appreciate just what a huuuuuge event tonight was.

Our D, who couldn’t even go into the hall in mainstream school, spoke her narrated words beautifully, even saying at one point “I don’t need a script, I know the words” and joined in with the singing and actions.

We sat near to where she was at the far side, it meant that we didn’t have a great view of the stage but we were always in her sight and that was important.  She spoke, she sang, she gave us thumbs up and blew kisses.  One very happy D.

Just wonderful.  I could gush on for longer but the performance by everyone was fab.

And I get to see it all again on Thursday.

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emetomum on 27th April 2016 at 10:42 am.

ah fantastic. we’ve yet to see our son in a play or anything. he is two mind. but i can imagine having that proud mummy moment! SSAmazingAchievements


Catie: Imperfect Mum on 27th April 2016 at 11:52 am.

Well done D what an amazing moment for you all, congratulations ⭐


Sarah MumofThree World on 27th April 2016 at 12:12 pm.

That’s brilliant! She’s obviously come so far from when she was at mainstream school. No wonder you’re proud!


Jane - Our Little Escapades on 3rd May 2016 at 5:29 am.

This is fantastic, she really is in the right place for her and that is so important. I would love to have seen the show I’m sure everyone was amazing. Well done D you are a true super star #SSAmazingAchievements


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