A fes­tive play-time

Rat­tray pupils on stage

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Chil­dren from Rat­tray Pri­mary School’s ju­nior classes per­formed their fes­tive show, Ned’s Christ­mas Dis­cov­ery, to a de­lighted au­di­ence of par­ents, grand­par­ents, aun­ties and un­cles and car­ers last week.

The show told the tale of Ned, a don­key who was asked to find out what Christ­mas re­ally means. He asks var­i­ous char­ac­ters and dis­cov­ers that it’s not about food or Santa or toys but about the birth of the baby Je­sus.

Pupils from P1 to P3 at the school took part in the show, ei­ther on the stage or in the cho­rus.

A spokesper­son for the school said that the show was very pop­u­lar.

She said:“It went down a treat, every­one loved it and the chil­dren all worked very hard prac­tis­ing their lines.

“We would like to say a big thank you to Mrs John­stone and the staff in the ju­nior school for all their hard work bring­ing the show to­gether.

“Thanks also to Miss Coles for do­ing the cos­tumes and the scenery and to all the par­ents, car­ers, grand­par­ents and friends of the school who came along and saw the per­for­mance.”

PHO­TOS BY RICHARD WILKINS

Fes­tive tale Some of the pupils in Rat­tray Pri­mary School’s show

Tal­ented Pupils en­joyed tak­ing part in the fes­tive show

Colour­ful Some of the cast mem­bers of this year’s show

Wee stars Some of the char­ac­ters in Ned’s Christ­mas Dis­cov­ery

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