The six Transition and Reception classes have been working extremely hard learning songs, actions, dances and speaking parts for their Christmas production, “A King is Born”, which they performed to parents this week.

The story revolves around some very excited children on Christmas Eve. Their mother reads them a bedtime story about the first Christmas. The children enjoy hearing about Mary and Joseph travelling on a donkey to Bethlehem, discussing why they didn’t go by aeroplane or car and whether or not they used a sat-nav! 

The audience are also treated to dancing donkeys, sheep and angels from the Transition classes. The performance ends with a rousing song called “Thanks and Praise” which was enthusiastically performed by all the children. Many thanks to all the children and staff involved for their huge effort in producing such a marvellous Nativity.

Mrs Shaw

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