Lots of smiles and many, many pictures taken as parents enjoyed watching their children perform Christmas songs at the start of a fun-packed festive morning.
The children at Little Trinity Nursery in Kidderminster were treated to a morning of song, puppets and a visit to Father Christmas at their nursery Christmas concert and party. Over fifty children took to the stage to sing their hearts out with Christmas themed songs, and dressed in classic costumes such as angels, elves, snowmen and Rudolph.
Nursery manager Gaynor Carter said: “After the last few years, Christmas celebrations being reduced, it was fantastic to see parents back in the nursery to help us celebrate and finish the term off with a festive bang!
“The excitement and joy were tangible as the children squealed with delight during the puppet show and then danced their hearts out at our mini disco, and of course a Christmas party isn’t a party without a visit from Father Christmas who didn’t disappoint as he handed out gifts to every child before he returned to his workshop.”
Lots of fun was had with the children using their communication, language, personal and social development skills learnt during the term evident throughout the concert, and their physical skills aptly demonstrated on the dance floor.
Gaynor added: “An enjoyable time was had by all especially when the children realised a very special person had come to see them. What a wonderful morning with a little bit of magic for parents, children and our staff. Happy Christmas everyone!”