Pupils tell the fes­tive stor y

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Pri­mary schools around east Perthshire learned about the na­tiv­ity and the tra­di­tional Christ­mas story for a va­ri­ety of shows last week.

Younger pupils in Mei­gle Pri­mary School per­formed The Land­lord’s Cat, the story of the na­tiv­ity through the eyes of a cat, while older chil­dren in the school sang Christ­mas songs for a de­lighted au­di­ence in Mei­gle Par­ish Church.

In Bur­rel­ton and Kirk­michael, pupils en­joyed per­form­ing‘ Beth­le­hem The Mu­si­cal’.

And in Ne­whill Pri­mary School, pupils from pri­mary three per­formed their Christ­mas show, A Lit­tle Na­tiv­ity (pic­tured here) for the rest of the school, staff, par­ents and grand­par­ents in Blair­gowrie Par­ish Church.

Bur­rel­ton Pri­mary School pupils per­formed their Christ­mas show ‘Beth­le­hem The Mu­si­cal’ last week.

De­lighted au­di­ence mem­bers in­cluded par­ents, grand­par­ents and car­ers who all en­joyed the per­for­mance.

The head teacher at the school gave a huge thank you to all of the par­ents, pupils and staff for their sup­port for the pro­duc­tion, which in­volved the whole school and was a great suc­cess.

These fan­tas­tic pho­to­graphs cap­tur­ing the fun event are by Richard Wilkins.

Pic­ture by RichardWilkins

Lit­tle an­gels Brodie Fitz­patrick, Kayleigh Petrie and Re­becca Hamil­ton

Fes­tive fun Mol­lie Clark, Daniel Nairn and Molly Hutchi­son

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