Culford School pupils perform classic nativity with a twist
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Packed audiences watched children perform a twist on the classic nativity at a school near Bury St Edmunds this week.
Culford School pre-prep and nursery put on their annual nativity play and the pupils told the story of The Innkeepers Breakfast.
The reception class led the performance – with main characters such as shepherds and stable animals also coming from the nursery.
Year 1 and 2 formed the choir and gave a brilliant performance with clear and enthusiastic singing.
Culford is a co-educational school for 670 children aged one to 18 with boarding available from age seven.
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It is situated in 480 acres of beautiful Suffolk parkland with a magnificent 18th-century mansion at its centre.
The school opened a £2.2million state-of-the-art Library in September 2015 and other recent developments include a £2m boarding house refurbishment, the new studio theatre, refurbished music school and art gallery, new ICT suites throughout the school, and a championship-standard four-court indoor tennis centre.
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