Grace, patient and narrator: “There are many wards at Great Ormond Street Hospital, each helping children in different ways.
“Hello my name is Grace and welcome to Peter Pan Ward.
“Peter Pan Ward treats children who are coming here for ear, nose and throat surgery, and they might have conditions such as a cleft lip.
“I came here when I was three months old to have my trachy. I’ve been here lots of times since. Come on, I’m going to show you around.
“This is the nurse’s station, hi!”
Group of nurses: “Hi Grace!”
Grace: “This is one of the beds that I stayed in. There are 18 beds on the ward, two bays, a nursery and six side rooms. Mums and dads can stay on the reclining chair.
“This is the playroom. I like to do colouring here.”
[Grace speaks to Wendy, a play worker on Peter Pan Ward]
Grace: “Hi Wendy, what’s your job here?”
Wendy: “Hiya Grace, I'm a play worker here and my job is to keep children entertained, happy and to stop them thinking about things they shouldn’t be worrying about.”
Grace: “Do you like your job?”
Wendy: “Yes I love my job, it’s very different - you don’t know what you're going to come in to every morning.”
Grace: “Thank you Wendy!”
Wendy: “You’re welcome Grace. Can we get on with some painting now?”
Grace: “You can find Peter Pan Ward on Level 3 of the Southwood Building.”