Nativities bring Christmas to life

AS the festive season approaches, children across Suffolk have been remembering the real meaning of Christmas with nativity plays both ancient and modern.

AS the festive season approaches, children across Suffolk have been remembering the real meaning of Christmas with nativity plays both ancient and modern.

Youngsters across the area wowed the audiences - largely made up of proud parents and grandparents - as they staged the plays to mark the approach of the end of term.

A total of 38 juniors of the foundation year took part in a show called Whoops-a-daisy Angel performed by 38 juniors at Sprites Primary School, Ipswich.

Meanwhile at Humpty Dumpty Playgroup, in Kesgrave, more than 40 youngsters performing for family and friends on stage at the community centre in Twelve Acre Approach.


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Children at St Andrews Pre-School in Felixstowe also impressed with the performance of their nativity play.

For most primary schools, Christmas isn't Christmas without the nativity play and Evening Star photographers have been out and about taking pictures which will be used over the festive period.

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If your school has had a nativity play which we were not at, your pictures could still be featured on our pages.

Please send in digital images to Suffolkpicturedesk@archant.co.uk and mark them nativity play in the subject box, giving us details and a contact phone number (where we can reach someone after the end of term please).

So keep checking The Evening Star for more nativities over the Christmas period.

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