Funny Or Traditional, The Nativity Wins Hearts

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Theddlethorpe Academy FS2, Year 1 and Year 2 pupils, who staged 'Christmas Surprise.'

Pupils from Theddlethorpe Academy staged two Christmas Productions to a packed school hall of parents, family and friends.

FS2 and Key Stage 1 pupils (Years 1 and 2) performed their interpretation of the traditional Nativity, entitled 'Christmas Surprise,' which was narrated by a donkey using rhyme throughout.

Key Stage 2 pupils, from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6, produced a humorous look at Christmas festivities, entitled 'Nativity Nightmares.' The play was a representation of what the planning of a Christmas Nativity is really like at school, where tired and harassed teachers are trying to pull together the end of term Nativity. It involved children taking on the roles of teachers, as well as traditional Nativity characters. A few disasters strike, but in the tradition of show-business, everything's 'alright on the night'.

Mandy White, Principal of Theddlethorpe Academy, said: "The children performed beautifully and really enjoyed themselves. The shows were each a lovely celebration of Christmas and the audiences really appreciated them."

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The Theddlethorpe Academy KS2 cast of Nativity Nightmares.

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Jacob Mycroft (Year 6).

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Roxy Carmichael (Year 5).

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Shepherds, Riley Taylor and Lola Howseman

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Theddlethorpe Academy Stars - Miley Jordan. Millie Price, Alicia Drew. Sophie Gill and Elissia Alan.

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Clough Wane, McKenzie Henderson and Lacey-Jo Martin (Year 6); King Herod - Jacob Mycroft (Year 6); Star - Roxy Carmichael (Year 5).

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Eve Hallam (Year 6), Maisie Provis (Year 3), Sam Venman (Year 3), Johnny Johnson (Year 4), Keaton Blurton (Year 5) and Kye Henderson (Year 4).

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Theddlethorpe Academy Principal

Rebecca Scott

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David J Hampson