Staff at Barley Hill School in Thame have spoken of their pride at pupils who performed their first nativity play this week.
Sixty children, aged four and five, took part in a traditional nativity play which teacher Karen Braund described as ‘amazing.’
Mrs Braund, who teaches the Ladybird class said: “We are very proud of the children.
“It is the first time they have performed on stage and so you never know quite how it’s going to pan out come the performances.”
Children from the Tadpole and Ladybird classes took part in the production which Mrs Braund said had received good feedback from parents.
She said: “We invited parents and grandparents and they really enjoyed it.
“We would also like to thank them for all the support they have given the children.”
The nativity play capped off a great year for the school.
Headteacher Anne Stotforth said: “The children have had some amazing opportunities this year.
“These included the school choir singing carols at the old people’s home in Meadowcroft, and some of our children have also had the chance to take part in a concert at St Mary’s Church.
“We would also like to thank the Parent, Teacher and Friends Association for all the support they have given us.”