VIDEO: These Cork students put on an adorable show to celebrate their grandparents

The students of St Patrick's Infants national school in Cork welcomed some very special guest to the classroom today - their grandparents.

The school proudly welcomed not just grandparents of the students, but also parents and siblings to help celebrate Grandparents' Day.

The students put on quite a show for their families with songs and performances while also showing off their classrooms and artwork.

We think you'll agree - they are very, very cool.


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