PICTURES: Sidbury school children put on a Nativity for parents

Sidbury Primary School Nativity

Sidbury Primary School Nativity - Credit: Contributed

Children from Sidbury Primary School put on a performance to wow their parents as they dressed up for The Pass it on Nativity!
With so many events cancelled due to the pandemic this year and disruptions to normal teaching, the children at Sidbury Primary School were delighted to take part in the traditional telling of the Christmas story.

Sidbury Primary School Nativity

Sidbury Primary School Nativity - Credit: Contributed


Parents were unable to attend the show due to Covid-19 restrictions but were able to watch via an online TEAMS video.
In her Christmas message to the parents, headteacher Miss Hill said: “We hope that you have enjoyed the lead up to Christmas on TEAMS and that you have viewed The Pass it on Nativity!
“I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas, albeit a slightly different one. Take care of yourselves and each other and we hope to see you all on Tuesday, January 5.”

Sidbury Primary School Nativity

Sidbury Primary School Nativity - Credit: Contributed

Sidbury Primary School Nativity

Sidbury Primary School Nativity - Credit: Contributed

Sidbury Primary School Nativity

Sidbury Primary School Nativity - Credit: Contributed

Sidbury Primary School Nativity

Sidbury Primary School Nativity - Credit: Contributed

Sidbury Primary School Nativity

Sidbury Primary School Nativity - Credit: Contributed

Sidbury Primary School Nativity

Sidbury Primary School Nativity - Credit: Contributed

Sidbury Primary School Nativity

Sidbury Primary School Nativity - Credit: Contributed

Sidbury Primary School Nativity

Sidbury Primary School Nativity - Credit: Contributed



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