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Performances spread Christmas cheer


By Kirsty Brown

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There were lots of reasons for pupils to be busy at the end of term.

As well as parties and all the usual end of term madness of tying up loose ends, lots of the pupils were involved in festive productions for their peers, friends and families.

Ellon Academy held their annual Music For Christmas concert for friends, family and the wider community which involved many of the school's musically talented pupils.

Tipperty Primary School invited their families to come and watch them perform Oh What A Knight!

Tipperty School performed Oh What A Knight! Picture: Phil Harman
Tipperty School performed Oh What A Knight! Picture: Phil Harman

Those at Ellon Nursery performed a traditional nativity for their families.

Ellon Nursery put on a traditional nativity for their families. Picture: Phil Harman
Ellon Nursery put on a traditional nativity for their families. Picture: Phil Harman

Pupils at Tarves School brought their Christmas concert to Melvin Hall for everyone to enjoy.

Tarves School performed their Christmas concert for the community. Picture: Phil Harman
Tarves School performed their Christmas concert for the community. Picture: Phil Harman

Of course, it wasn't just schools using the arts to spread festive spirit throughout their communities with a number of community groups also putting on pantomimes and concerts.


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