WALPOLE ST PETER: Traditional nativity brings tears to parents eyes at Fenland school

A TRADITIONAL nativity play at a Fenland school brought tears to the eyes of parents – and left a teacher proud of their performance. Key Stage One children at Anthony Curton Primary School, in Walpole St Peter, teamed up for two performances of the nativ

A TRADITIONAL nativity play at a Fenland school brought tears to the eyes of parents - and left a teacher proud of their performance.

Key Stage One children at Anthony Curton Primary School, in Walpole St Peter, teamed up for two performances of the nativity.

Reception children played the roles of Mary, Joseph, the angels and the Wise Men in the play, with Year 1 children making up the choir and Year 2 pupils narrating.

Sarah Durrant, the school's deputy head and Key Stage One co-ordinator, said: "They worked very hard on the show for two or three weeks and I am proud of the performance they gave."

A raffle was also held by the school, and raised £120 for the Special Care Baby Unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn.

n The school's Key Stage Two classes held their Christmas choir show yesterday (Thursday <>).