Nagambie Primary children send Christmas wishes
THE end of year celebrations for the Nagambie Primary School culminated with their 2016 successful summer Christmas concert at the Mechanics Hall.
The theme for the concert was “Splash of Colour” and the school grade dance items featured the pupils wearing a certain colour for each item performed on stage.
A colourful banner adorned the stage background depicting the theme and a Christmas tree and decorations glittered around the hall.
A huge crowd of parents, families and past students gathered to support the pupils and staff at their end of year concert which saw nearly every school child taking part in one of the items presented to families and the school community.
Another school year is over and “It was a very busy year for Nagambie Primary School” school captains and vice captains James Auld, Michael Bourke, Olivia Jennings and Alexia Zintilis, said.
They read out some of the activities the school had been involved with over the four terms.
The school captains shared the compere’s role and did a great job.
They introduced the items for each grade starting with the preps performing the traditional Christmas nativity play.
The evening’s success was due to the school staff organising the items, teaching the lively dancing and singing, helping with sound and music, prompting, and the families the costumes and props.
The whole school assembled at the finale to sing two carols for the audience, and finished with so much gusto and actions in the “We wish you a Merry Christmas” carol, it was great to see them having fun singing it.
Some $ 930 was raised from the raffle to go towards Alexi the school’s World Vision sponsor child and also the Steven Tito Academy in Tanzania.
Lauren George, former member of Nagambie Primary School, is a teacher at the Steven Tito Academy.
The children and staff are to be congratulated on their excellent observance of the festive season and the passing on of some vibrant Christmas spirit at their end of year Concert.
School principal Rob French congratulated the students and staff on a fabulous concert and thanked all concerned for a great school year once again and wished everyone a Merry Christmas.
BEST WISHES: The whole school gave a terrific finale of “We wish you a Merry Christmas” at Nagambie Primary School’s Christmas concert.