Year 2 Nativity

In the run up to Christmas, the children all worked REALLY hard on their nativity, The Angel who Nearly Missed it All.  The link to watch this has been sent to the Year 2 parents to view and we hope that you have all had a chance to see and enjoy it.

We were all so proud of the children.  They spoke and sang beautifully and clearly and told the story fantastically well.  We loved watching it!

A special thanks goes to all of the team who helped put it together, especially Mrs Range, who worked tirelessly to film and edit it all together - she's discovered skills she never knew she had!

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