Hundreds of primary school pupils took to their playground to perform for older residents isolating from coronavirus in the flats opposite.
Almost 200 people in years 4, 5 and 6 at Silver Springs Primary Academy sang songs from their school grounds so that the elderly residents living in Kendal House sheltered housing could watch them and listen.
They put a sign up outside the Stalybridge school beforehand urging them to 'watch this space 2pm today'.
And they've also been busy writing letters and drawing pictures for the residents - who are facing months of isolation because they are deemed among the most vulnerable - urging them to 'be happy not sad' and to 'think of all the good things'.
Among the songs sang by the pupils were Something Inside So Strong, True Colours, Sing and Rather Be.