Terrington St John pupils ready for their Nativity. Picture: Paul Tibbs

All 59 pupils at Terrington St John Primary School took part in their Nativity play.

The younger pupils took centre stage and played the main roles in the production, including Mary and Joseph.

The little stars of the show were supported by the older children who narrated the story and sang songs at the village Methodist church, watched by their proud families.

Pupils at the school enjoyed a variety of activities before the end of term including taking part in the annual Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day last week, a visit to the Corn Exchange in King’s Lynn to see  the Sleeping Beauty panto and  a Christmas party.