Christmas story re-enacted at Kidgate Primary School

CHILDREN in both reception classes at Kidgate Primary School enjoyed taking part in traditional Christmas nativity plays.

The parents really enjoyed the experience and all joined in to help out the children with the encores.

The youngsters loved dressing up and taking roles in the plays.

Years 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 at the school held Christmas craft sessions where parents were invited to attend and make snowflakes, stretchy santas, gift tags, glitter stars, paper lanterns and paper angels.

The school thanked the Louth Co-op store for the luxury mince pies they donated as refreshments for each craft event.

Kidgate wished all the children, parents, friends, staff and governors a merry Christmas and a happy New Year.