Innkeeper tells the Nativity at Blackboys school

Blackboys CEP School Class 1 and 2 performed their annual Nativity twice last week.

‘It’s a Baby’, published by Out of The Ark music, tells the Christmas story from the Innkeeper’s perspective.

He quickly realises that he is in for a restless but exciting night. The Nativity story is told alongside songs which all the pupils had learnt.

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On Wednesday, morning Blackboys Pre-School, alongside Classes 3 and 4, were invited to watch the younger members of the school act and sing.

For some this was their first school performance.

On Friday afternoon the invitation to watch was extended to parents, carers and family members. The school hall was full, with standing room only.

All pupils performed brilliantly, delivering their lines without falter, singing songs from memory and dancing their choreographed routines.

Thanks were extended to the school’s “superb” KS1 team, whose efforts in putting the Nativity together meant that the performances went without a hitch, parents for producing fabulous costumes and to Mrs Bayman the school’s talented music and singing teacher whose tireless enthusiasm and ability for the teaching of music at Blackboys CEP School means all the pupils experience music weekly.

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