Picture gallery: Saffron Walden schools do the Nativity in style!
PUBLISHED: 13:29 20 December 2013 | UPDATED: 21:04 20 December 2013
Young pupils at schools across the area have been delighting parents, grandparents and carers with their versions of the Christmas nativity in recent weeks.
Enjoy our photo gallery of the school productions in our patch...
Children from Debden Primary School performed their Christmas production of ‘Babylon Times’ to four packed audiences last week. Babylon Times is the story of Nebuchadnezzar and his tyrannical reign in Babylon and Daniel’s heroic escape from the lion’s den.
Reception class and Years 1 and 2 took part telling the nativity story through a variety of songs and narration. Headteacher Julie Gibbons said: "All the children looked and sounded amazing. It was a very special play and a lovely way to end the term."
The Infant department at Friends’ Junior School presented ‘Hey Ewe!’, the Nativity story told through the eyes of a curious sheep.
The Foundation and Key Stage 1 Christmas production at Great Chesterford was called Born in a Barn. It told the nativity story through the eyes of the stable animals.
All the children at Katherine Semar Infant School took part in the Nativity Tableau carol concert.
The whole school at Radwinter took part in the Wriggly Nativity.
Year 1 and 2 pupils at St Thomas More Primary School performed their nativity 'Jesus’ Christmas Party'.
St Thomas More Primary School's Nursery and Reception class at their nativity play 'The Grumpy Sheep'.
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