Youngsters gave a festive performance at the Dementia Café in Downham Market.
A 24-strong choir from Denver Primary School performed at the Methodist Church Hall on Monday.
Headteacher Louise Jones said audience members were delighted to hear the children, along with music teacher Jon Lawrence, who played the organ.
“They really enjoyed it and were tapping their feet and joining in with the songs,” said Mrs Jones.
“We have received a letter from the café to thank the children for going and how much the children are a credit to our school.”
The pupils performed a variety of songs, including Christmas carols.
Mrs Jones said: “It was very successful. The children really enjoyed it too. We do like to showcase our school choir and, show our support to the café.
“Also, we want to improve our links with the community and this is one way we can give something back.”