Wee stars sparkle in na­tiv­i­ties

West Lothian Courier - - Front Page -

school­child­ren across West Loth­ian took to the stage to tell their own ver­sions of the Na­tiv­ity story on the lead up to Christ­mas.

Young­sters at Easter­toun pri­mary school in ar­madale were one set of chil­dren who got into the fes­tive spirit by en­ter­tain­ing au­di­ences with their act­ing and singing skills ahead of the Christ­mas hol­i­days.

par­ents, guardians, grannies and grandads flocked to schools to see their loved ones take part in the clas­sic tale of the first Christ­mas.

Young­sters at Easter­toun Pri­mary in Ar­madale pre­pared for the Christ­mas hol­i­days by host­ing their an­nual Na­tiv­ity play.

Kids from the school en­ter­tained their school­mates, fam­ily and friends with their telling of the Christ­mas story.

The kids en­joyed tak­ing part in the spe­cial event and they de­lighted their au­di­ence with their per­for­mances.

Lit­tle don­key This young­ster dressed up to join the play

An­i­mal magic Kids dressed as camels to ac­com­pany the Wise Men

Mes­sen­ger The An­gel Gabriel vis­ited Mary and Joseph

Wait­ing pa­tiently These kids waited for their cue

Full cast The Easter­toun kids took to the stage

Words of Wis­dom The Wise Men took to the stage

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