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Cracking good time for all

PUBLISHED: 18:37 19 December 2001 | UPDATED: 11:04 03 March 2010

THE children of Stoke by Nayland primary school gave three performances of their Christmas entertainment, audiences filling the school hall on every occasion.

THE children of Stoke by Nayland primary school gave three performances of their Christmas entertainment, audiences filling the school hall on every occasion.

Pupils performed twice for their parents and friends and once for the senior citizens and other residents of the village.

Pull a Christmas Cracker was the opening song and that is what the youngsters did.

Each pull of the enormous cracker produced a loud bang from the percussion instruments, hats for the cracker pullers, a joke shared with the audience and the surprise.

Every pupil in the school took part, each class providing the entertainment at every pull of the cracker.

The nursery class charmed the audience with their singing and dancing party games. Class one acted and sang the story of the Little Fir Tree, decorated by the woodland creatures.

Class two presented a Nativity with the shepherds bringing a gift for the baby, and class three told and acted the story of The Magic of Christmas. Class three pupils also sang and danced with verve and rhythm a story of a lonely snowman.

The whole performance was excellent.

The entertainment concluded with tea and cakes served by class three.


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