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Tudor Primary School youngsters perform Nativity production at St Peter's in Sudbury for audience of almost 200 people

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Tudor Primary School nativity production in December 2018. Submitted photo. (6286890)
Tudor Primary School nativity production in December 2018. Submitted photo. (6286890)

Almost 200 people filled up St Peter’s in Sudbury during the Christmas holidays, as early years schoolchildren brought the Nativity story to life for their annual production.

Twenty-nine youngsters from the reception class at Tudor Primary School performed their Nativity play, titled Born in a Barn, in front of a large crowd of parents and shoppers on Thursday, December 20.

The performance was accompanied by singing from the school’s Key Stage One choir.

Emma Ince, deputy headteacher at Tudor Primary School, said: “The children really enjoyed singing and dancing, and the audience left us feeling very festive.

“One woman, who had popped in to watch while visiting Sudbury to see a relative, said the performance was delightful, and gave her fond memories of when her grandchildren were young.”


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