Christmas Performances 2013

CHRISTMAS PERFORMANCES - We were treated to our Christmas performances by all of our children from Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.

  The Reception children performed ‘Whoops a Daisy Angel’ to their family members. They all sang, danced and spoke their words really well. It is always a joy to see the Reception perform their nativity as this signals the start of our Christmas celebrations within school.


  ‘Born in a Barn’ was performed by Years 1 and 2. The two performances were also warmly received by their family and friends, who appreciated all of the hard work they have put into to producing a charming and different nativity. All of the children were clear in their dictation both spoken by the children as animals and in their singing. We all enjoyed performing and watching both productions. Well done. Thank you for your support with practising words and coming along to support your children.

A special thank you to all the key stage 1 staff for all their efforts in producing the performances so well. At the Reception performance we sold cakes from the Bake Off and raised £80  for School in a Bag charity. We collected for the local Air Ambulance fund at the Year 1 and 2 performances collecting £256.

   ‘We can do it’  was the performance from the children in Years 3 and 4, a nostalgic visit to wartime England and a brief Christmas cheer. The children danced, acted, spoke and sang wonderfully. They also looked great in their wartime garb and army uniforms. It was lovely to hear them sing old songs from that era especially White Christmas.

We look forward to the Year 5 and 6 Carols by Candlelight at St Mary’s Church on Wednesday.

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