Lights Camel Action

Well done all our P2, P3 and P4 pupils for your wonderful performance of Lights Camel Action – we are so proud of your achievement performing in front a packed hall of family, friends and fellow pupils for our Senior Citizens show this afternoon. You made us all smile and we were mighty impressed with how well you learnt your words and groovy actions! What a super celebration of the Christmas story working together as a first level team – well done! A huge thank you to all the staff members for working tirelessly to prepare the children involved from P1/2, P2, P2/3, P3, P3/4, P4 and P4/5 for the show – your efforts certainly paid off this afternoon, and thank you to parents for their behind the scenes support also, whether with costume, song practice or script rehearsing – all aspects of the show which came together so well today.  Thank you to everyone who joined us for the afternoon performance – you were a great, enthusiastic audience, so a genuine thank you for your support and generous donations for the school fund and Cancer Research UK, our school’s chosen charity for this session. The final word must go to our first level boys and girls – congratulations on today’s show. We hope you rest well over the weekend ahead of next week’s afternoon and evening performances and look forward to having another chance to see you in action…Lights Camel Action!


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MOL Primary, opened in 2011 and is a primary school with well over 500 pupils serving the area around Milton of Leys. There are currently 16 classes with children ranging from age 5-12 as well as pre-school children aged 3 and 4 years old.

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