Castlehill tells Christmas story

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Castlehill Primary School’s annual nativity was so expertly carried out that the audience could be forgiven for disbelieving that the actors belonged to P1 and P2.

The children from the school’s two youngest classes told the story of Jesus Christ’s birth through songs, actions and narration.

As well as group singing, there were solos, including an astounding rendition of Twinkle, Twinkle, Christmas Star.

The youngsters must have been practicing for months to learn the words so well and parents, teachers, family and friends should be rightfully proud of them.

The angel Gabriel joined Joseph and Mary on stage. 50_c51castlehillnat01

A Twinkle Twinkle Christmas Star solo amazed the audience. 50_c51castlehillnat02

Narrators filled in the gaps in the story. 50_c51castlehillnat03

The Three Wise Men with their gifts for the baby Jesus. 50_c51castlehillnat04

Some of the play’s well-rehearsed singers. 50_c51castlehillnat05

The youngsters looked angelic on stage. 50_c51castlehillnat06