The boys and girls in Years 1-3 put on three fantastic performances of this year’s Junior School Nativity Play, Census Sums – one for their friends in Years 4-7, one for parents and relatives and on Monday, 11 December they wowed nearly 100 children from local nurseries in and around St Andrews.
Complete with colourful costumes, catchy songs and a spectacular sparkling set, the cast told the story of the very first Christmas, taking into account the important role of the census takers.
With kings, shepherds, angels, camels and enough cooks to spoil the broth (or rather figgy cake!), this year’s show was certainly a success.
Well done to the cast and a big thank you to Mrs Stewart, Mr Shiells, all the Years 1-3 teachers and teaching assistants, and to the Sixth Form students who played in the band and managed the technical aspects of the show, including the brilliant stage lighting!