Whoops A Daisy it’s the nativity but with a twist

By Harriet Ernstsons Friday 13 December 2013 Updated: 13/12 14:51

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Buy photos » Pupils at Webheath First School performed their nativity play in front of family and friends. Picture by Marcus Mingins 4913024MMR.

THE FIRST Christmas production at Crabbs Cross Academy saw children performing the traditional nativity with a twist.

Their Whoops A Daisy Angel show involved 76 Reception and Year 1 pupils with two performances in front of parents and friends.

Headteacher Rachel Roberts said: “They thoroughly enjoying learning all of the songs and retelling the Christmas story.

“Both performances were very well attended and we had lots and lots of positive comments.”

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