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Busy time for Tydd St Mary Scchool





Children at one village school have had a busy week with lots of festive fun.

Pupils at Tydd St Mary School have enjoyed a trip to the pantomime thanks to the parent-teacher association, who fund the trip along with an ice cream for everyone in the interval.

As well as being entertained the children have also been entertaining with their school play ‘Twinkly Nativity’. the pupils took part in three performances and also learned Makaton so they could sign all the songs as well as sing them.

The Twinkly Nativity was this year's school play.
The Twinkly Nativity was this year's school play.

A beautiful Christingle service saw the village church absolutely packed with families and members of the wider community.

They have also enjoyed candlelit carols.

Plus a Christmas concert with performances that included saxophones, clarinets, toots, violins, cellos, guitars, boomwhackers and songs – some of which were solo performances.

The Twinkly Nativity was this year's school play.
The Twinkly Nativity was this year's school play.
Children performing at the concert.
Children performing at the concert.
Children sang songs at the concert.
Children sang songs at the concert.
Children with their Christingles.
Children with their Christingles.
The church was packed for the Christingle.
The church was packed for the Christingle.
Clarinets were played during the concert.
Clarinets were played during the concert.
Children enjoyed a visit to the panto and an ice cream in the interval.
Children enjoyed a visit to the panto and an ice cream in the interval.
Pupils singing festive songs.
Pupils singing festive songs.
Pupils played a variety of instruments for the concert.
Pupils played a variety of instruments for the concert.
Children with their lighted Christingles.
Children with their lighted Christingles.
Saxophones featured in the concert.
Saxophones featured in the concert.
Pupils played a variety of instruments including violins.
Pupils played a variety of instruments including violins.

The PTA served mulled wine and mine pies to the over 80 family members who all joined in with the hand jive ‘Rock around the shops’ which rounded off the evening.



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