Pre-school pupils at Wisbech Grammar School stage ‘A Wriggly Nativity’
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Pre-school pupils from the Fens staged their aptly named ‘A Wiggly Nativity’ over the festive period.
Pre-school pupils from the Fens staged their aptly named 'A Wiggly Nativity' over the festive period.
The kindergarten, reception, prep 1 and prep 2 children from Wisbech Grammar School (WGS) have been snapped playing their roles in the show.
Adorable photos have been released of the classic nativity cast, along with animals including a chicken, donkeys and cow and horses.
Keryn Neaves, deputy head of prep school, said: "With special thanks to all our fantastic cast and all of the parents for their support!
"It was great to have our Kindergarten pupils open the nativity with a Christmas carol too".
A school spokesman said: "You know Christmas is near when you watch your first nativity of the year and our pupils did not disappoint with their rendition of 'A Wriggly Nativity'.
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"This is very apt for little ones who struggle to sit still through a performance. At last, there is a play that will let them all jiggle! It's fun, it's alive, it's a hive of activity.
"When all said and done it's 'A Wriggly Nativity'. Pupils from Kindergarten to Prep 2 took part and put on an impressive performance to their families and staff."