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St Margaret's-at-Cliffe Primary School

St Margaret's-at-Cliffe Primary School

Happy Christmas from us all.

We hope you enjoy our Christmas Performances.

Early Years

Year R

Class R have completed a 'Christmas medley' presentation to showcase the Christmas learning and activities they have been doing.  The children also recorded a song from the nativity 'A Miracle in Town' as part of learning about the Christmas story. Enjoy looking through all the photos of your little ‘stars’ and ‘angels.’

 

 

Key Stage 1

Year 1

The children have loved learning four super catchy songs for you to enjoy while looking at their photographs. Children in Year 1 have had the opportunity to be different roles in different scenes as they tell the Christmas story.  This has meant that children can be who they want to be and has kept as many children as possible happy in this very different Christmas build up. 

The title of the songs from The Nativity are,

Welcome

Knock, knock, knock

Baby Sleeping

Jesus is born (Ring out the bells)

 

 

Year 2

Carrying on with our traditional Key Stage 1 Nativity, Class 2 have brought to life for you the Nativity: ‘A Miracle in Town.’

 

 

 

Key Stage 2

Unable to gather in the Church this year, each Key Stage 2 class are all performing for you here.

Year 3

Class 3 are singing ‘We wish you a merry Christmas’ and then they are all showing their acrostic poems about what Christmas means to them.

 

 

 

Year 4

Class 4 are asking you: ‘Do You Hear What I Hear?’' followed by readings of their ideas of  what Christmas means to them. 

 

 

 

Year 5

Class 5 have been building on the recorder learning they started last year with Mrs Norley. They will be entertaining you today with some singing and recorder playing of the traditional carol: ‘We Three Kings.’  This will be sandwiched by their descriptions of ‘Why My Christmas is Special.’

 

 

 

Year 6

Our School House Captains will be introducing the Year 6 presentation before the whole class perform the carol, 'Deck the Halls' in three groups with ukulele accompaniment followed by readings of poems based on the theme: 'What does Christmas mean to me?'