Rosary Primary School set to entertain with traditional nativity

Stroud News and Journal: KS1 pupils from Rosary Primary School are set to entertain parents with their traditional nativity today, Wednesday KS1 pupils from Rosary Primary School are set to entertain parents with their traditional nativity today, Wednesday

PUPILS from Rosary Primary School set to entertain parents with their performance of a traditional nativity today, Wednesday.

Directed by the KS1 teachers, Matthew Cox, Stacey Perkin and Brenda Williams, It’s a Nativity, tells the traditional story of Mary and Joseph and their trip to Bethlehem.

The play is accompanied by a host of modern songs such as Leave the Sheep, Full to the Brim and Fetch the Donkey which will be performed by all of KS1 at the school in Beeches Green at 2pm.

The roles of Mary and Joseph will be performed by Year 2 pupils Emily Dawkin and Daniel Grace and Amber Pexton, also Year 2, will be playing the Angel Gabriel.

Year 1 teacher Stacey Perkin said the children have loved every minute of rehearsals and can’t wait to show the play to all the parents.

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