The Colegrave students join up with the grown-up nurses and perch on the hospital beds. On stage, the beds will be pushed together to form a mosaic of sleeping children, and the blankets will light up to fill the arena with tiny squares of glowing warmth.Colegrave pupils take part in Opening Ceremony

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