Pupils across Leicestershire all set for magical nativity play
It's one of those moments that every parent cherishes. The school Christmas show is a tradition which celebrates not only the festive season but also the achievements of children and their schools.
This year, the Leicester Mercury will be joining the fun with daily pages of pictures from these shows in the run-up to Christmas. The aim is give the parents and schools featured a great memento and to give all our readers something to smile about.
You can buy copies of the photographs – and see more pictures – at the website below.
Our Christmas show series starts tomorrow and will feature Leicester High School for Girls and Montrose Primary School. On Thursday, we will be featuring Leicester Grammar Junior School and St Thomas More School.
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At Montrose Primary, in Aylestone, two nativities are going to be performed.
Youngsters are putting on the traditional nativity, as well as the Polar Express, which tells the tale of a doubting boy who boards a magical train on Christmas Eve that is headed to the North Pole and Santa Claus's home.
Year two teacher Julie Meadows said seeing the youngsters rehearse was "absolutely magical".
Deputy head Jane Measures said: "There are going to be lots of songs and dances and I think everyone's really looking forward to it.
"Rehearsals have been going on for the past three weeks and all the staff are very impressed with how well the children are doing. We hope their parents will be really proud of them."
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We hope that all our readers enjoy these picture specials. Best of luck to all the children and teachers involved.
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