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Parents and grandparents had another Christmas treat yesterday. Our Little Wrens put on their Christmas jumpers and donned their handmade Christmas hats to stand on the stage and sing along to the story Jesus' Christmas Party read by Miss Pitchford. They were fantastic and ably supported by our wonderful Base 1.

It was lovely to see so many mums and dads and grandparents, some of whom were able to stay for refreshments and a get together after the performance.

A lovely end to our EYFS and KS1 celebrations of the Christmas story. A huge thank you to Miss Pitchford, Mrs Griffin and Mrs Agnew for helping the children to prepare for their 'performance'.

Enjoy the photos.

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