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Primary schools are one of the best places to work at Christmas time.

At Devonshire, December was a busy month.  As well as continuing with their hard work in the classroom, Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 children performed two Christmas productions and Key Stage 2 performed a nativity at Christ Church.  This year we increased the number of performances so that parents, carers and family members had more flexibility as to which performance they watched.

The school kitchen cooked 554 Christmas dinners and the midday supervisors did a fantastic job of making the halls in to Christmas themed dining areas with decorations, crackers and Christmas music.

Every child from Reception to Year 6 watched a performance of Aladdin.  The PSA kindly paid for a travelling pantomime company to visit Devonshire.

The PSA organised a ‘Winter Ball’ and a Christmas raffle event, both of which were very enjoyable and also raised money for the school.

We extended our Christmas spirit into the local community.  Our choir sang carols and Christmas songs at 3 local old people’s homes, we invited a local old people’s group from a local church to watch our Year 2 Christmas production and every child at Devonshire made a Christmas card that they delivered to homes close to the school.  We raised £401 for Save the Children through our Christmas Jumper Day.  At the end of each of our Christmas productions we had a collection for the Dreaming Tree project, this is a project that supports deaf children and their families and is a charity very close to our hearts at Devonshire.  Thanks to the generosity of families and friends at Devonshire we raised £383 for the Dreaming Tree Project.

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