This week Lomond School pupils from Junior 1 and 2 performed their Nativity, ‘A Dancing Christmas Party’ for an audience of friends and family in the school Drama Studio.
White fur? Black noses? Surely there can’t be polar bears pounding the streets of Helensburgh? Almost unbelievable, but anyone passing Lomond School may just have spotted a glimpse of polar bears chasing a pack of elves, with Santa close behind! The children channelled all they have been learning to put on an energetic performance of the show, which saw long standing enemies, the polar bears and the elves, finally come together through a shared love of Rock and Roll, to save Christmas.
Forgetful and clumsy Elfis, accidently left Santa’s workshop wide open and the polar bears saw their opportunity to get in out of the cold and make quite a mess. Christmas was almost ruined, until they were all reminded about the true meaning of this special time and they pulled together just in time to wrap all the presents and save the day.
The children worked so hard to prepare this wonderful show and thoroughly enjoyed all the jiving! They sang eight songs and danced their way through a variety of songs which told the story culminating in ‘A Dancing Christmas Party’ finale.
Head of Junior School, Mrs Ailsa Lawn said:
“The show was fantastic! It is so rewarding to see how far our youngest Junior School pupils have come in just a few months. We are very proud of them all!”
Our Head of Music, Doug Fleming, commented, “I was impressed with the performances from all the musicians in both schools and happily echo the comments of the adjudicators who said that the standard was even higher than last year. I am especially pleased for our two musicians who played and sang superbly.”
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