Education, Events, Ferndown, Hampshire, Ringwood | Posted: Friday, December 20th, 2019 at 12:59 pm | return to news

Children bring festive cheer to audiences

The six schools of Heath Academy Trust in Dorset and Hampshire staged their Christmas nativities and shows with a variety of themes.

St Marys First School Christmas Nativity
St Mary’s CE First School in West Moors

Oakhurst First School in West Moors travelled through the ages with their Christmas show from ancient Rome to the 21st century with ‘How Christmas Came to Be’.

At Three Legged Cross First School the children performed ‘Nativity Rock’ – an uplifting version of the traditional story with a number of new songs, which were performed with actions.

St Ives Primary staged two shows, with its younger children performing in ‘A Midwife Crisis’ and older pupils giving laugh out loud performances in ‘Pirates of the Curry Bean’.

For St James CE First School in Alderholt it was a very traditional nativity for its nursery and reception children while pupils in Years 1 to 4 staged ‘It’s a Cracker’.

Three Legged Cross First School Christmas Nativity
Three Legged Cross First School

At Sixpenny Handley First School the staff and children performed a nativity at the local church, led by its reception and year 1 children, while Years 2 to 4 children put on a pantomime version of Aladdin.

And at St Mary’s CE First School in West Moors the children produced ‘Christmas around the World’.

Year 4 children have also been singing Christmas carols to residents of care homes and creating Christingles for a special service at St Mary’s Church, in which the school’s reception children also performed the nativity.

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