Bourchier St Primary School students brought Christmas cheer to residents at the Hakea Lodge aged care facility in Shepparton on Wednesday.
The students held a special concert for residents to get them in the festive spirit.
‘‘The residents loved talking to the kids and singing the carols,’’ choir co-ordinator Alice Symons said.
About 22 students performed in the choir, singing about six Christmas carols.
Hakea Lodge leisure and lifestyle officer Gwenda Willis said the students’ visit was a great treat for residents.
‘‘The residents loved it,’’ she said.
‘‘It was a bit more lively than the normal Christmas carols.’’
Ms Willis said the students enjoyed performing so much they asked to come back next year.
Ms Symons said the students did a great job and really enjoyed giving the concert.
‘‘It gives them a chance to develop that confidence and enjoyment of singing,’’ she said.