Junior School celebrates Christmas with special Carol Services

St George's Junior School provided some festive cheer at the end of term, as the pupils and staff took part in two truly special Carol Services.

First of all, on Monday 11 December, Years 3 and 4 pupils travelled up to St George's College to sing in front of extremely proud parents and the wider Georgian Family.

Then, on Wednesday 13 December, it was the turn of Years 5 and 6 children to provide some much needed festive cheer and get everyone in the mood for Christmas.

Both services were a delight to watch and the children sang immaculately as they made their way through a number of traditional Christmas Carols.

The children also took part in the readings for each service, as well as Junior School Headmaster, Mr Hudson.

It was the perfect way to end the Christmas Term and St George's is so proud of all of the girls and boys that took part in the services, they were a credit to the school.

22 December 2017

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