The Foundation Stage pupils took to the stage to perform their Christmas Nativity for family and friends.
With a packed theatre, the pupils presented a wonderful version of a traditional Nativity, 'A Miracle in Town'. There were dancing camels who were disappointed they could only have grass to eat; three very majestic Kings who delivered their gifts with confidence; Mary and Joseph; the shepherds and a host of angels who really brought this wonderful Nativity to life.
It was a delight to watch such young children deliver their lines with confidence alongside two very beautiful angels who brought a tear to everybody's eye when they both sang solos.
Well done to all pupils in the Foundation Stage and to all the teachers.
Key Stage One pupils also performed their Nativity to packed audiences.
This year following on from their topic on the Victorians they chose to do "The Match Girl's Christmas."
The show is set within a Victorian Christmas fair and cleverly interweaves two stories; Hans Christian Andersen's 'The Little Match Girl' and the story of the Nativity.
The children were amazing, coping well with dialogue and song. Having eighty pupils on the stage all performing and working together was amazing to see. Well done everyone.