PICTURE SLIDESHOW: Seven Hills pupils shine in their Christmas plays

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Children at Seven Hills Primary School had a very busy time during their Nativity week, with not one but two plays to entertain their audience.

The Foundation Stage children certainly shone bright dressed as little stars for their part in their performance called A Wriggly Nativity while Key Stage 1 children learned and performed their nativity, Whoops-A-Daisy Angel, which told the story of a clumsy and forgetful angel who had to deliver some important news to Bethlehem.

Year 2 children worked hard learning their lines, songs and dances, which was enhanced even more by the wonderful Year 1 choir. There were reindeer red noses and little angels taking to the stage to perform for their parents and friends, getting everyone into the Christmas spirit.

Nursery children sang beautifully as the choir whilst the Reception children all had a part as characters of the Christmas story.

Mary and Joseph were joined by the Three Kings, shepherds and, of course, the donkey that took the couple on their journey to Bethlehem.




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