Have You Left Your School Nativity Play Until the Last Minute? As December approaches, so too does the season of nativity plays – a tradition in schools throughout the country, and one that is great fun for pupils and members of the wider community who come to watch. However, if you’ve left the planning for your school nativity play until the last minute, don’t worry – it’s still not too late to put on a great show!
Choosing a Nativity Play The nativity play is a traditional staple of the school year, and is a great chance for your pupils to show off what they can do in front of an audience. Different schools will have different ideas when it comes to choosing nativity play scripts. Some schools will prefer to go with the tried and tested traditional format, whereas others will choose something a little more different and out of the ordinary.
Choosing Children’s Christmas Musicals In terms of the school calendar, Christmas musicals are an important event as they are something that parents and teachers eagerly anticipate, not least the children, who generally really enjoy being involved. However, there are a number of factors that need to be taken into consideration when choosing Christmas musicals for children.
Why Drama In Schools Is A Good Thing! A Christmas play or nativity play has long been a tradition in schools up and down the country. Based around the traditional story of the first Christmas, these plays have given generations of children the opportunity to get involved in a production and try their hand at performing in front of a big crowd of parents and peers.