Modern twist on nativity at St James, Weybridge

This Is Local London: Little stars: Erin Whitaker, William Newell, Thomas Klavins, Zemirah Dubery-Coupe and (front) Freddie Smith Little stars: Erin Whitaker, William Newell, Thomas Klavins, Zemirah Dubery-Coupe and (front) Freddie Smith

Mobile phones, ambulances and midwives played an important in St James Church of England Primary School’s nativity play.

All 120 children in year 1 and year 2 at the Weybridge school performed their modern version of the traditional Christmas story to parents, friends and staff.

The show, written by the team at Out of the Ark, was called the Midwife Crisis and showed how the nativity may have panned out if current day services and facilities had been available.

Headteacher Hugh Rawson said: “Christmas is a very special time, even more so in a primary school. The Christmas story is so well known it is good to revisit it with fresh eyes.”

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