Wisbech children put on ‘wriggly’ nativity

PUBLISHED: 16:54 13 December 2013 | UPDATED: 16:54 13 December 2013

Children of the Marshland St James School 'wriggly' nativity in Wisbech

Children of the Marshland St James School 'wriggly' nativity in Wisbech

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Marshland St James Primary School in Wisbech put on their ‘wriggly’ interpretation of the nativity story.

Marshland St James Primary School 'wriggling' nativityMarshland St James Primary School 'wriggling' nativity

Performing in front of parents and teachers the children from year one and two showed off their acting, singing and dancing skills, all receiving awards from the head teacher, Sarah Durrant, for their performances.

Mrs Durrant said: “We have very wriggly children, you have to optimise their wriggliness.”

The Early Years class also put on their little stars Christmas play.


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