PICTURES: Nativity performances and festive concerts at Ross-shire schools, amongst them Park, Inver and Poolewe
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ROSS-shire schools rounded off the term with a range of Nativity and other festive events.
Parents were unable to attend this year because of Covid restrictions but a number were recorded or streamed online so they could still watch the performances.
Children at Poolewe Primary School took part in a show called Hosanna Rock and put on a performance of acting and singing.
A school spokeswoman said: "Unfortunately because of Covid regulations no parents were allowed to be in the school building. The performance was recorded so that it could be distributed to parents.
"It was a little play with songs included in it. The children have been practising for weeks and have made a great job."
The children at Park Primary, in Invergordon, performed the Nativity of Whoops-a-Daisy Angel which was recorded and later shared with parents.
Principal teacher Gillian Sproule every child in P1 and P2 had a part and added: "There were songs involved and a story which was told by narrators."
She said it was a delightful story of an angel who was different from the rest. She added: "She makes mistakes, she is forgetful, clumsy and dresses untidily.
"Because she is not as perfect as the others, she is only given the simple jobs to do.
"She has, however, a heart of gold and never complains so one day she is given a very important job to do and she manages to do it perfectly.”
Mr Moses, a PSA at the school, recorded and edited the show so that it could be shared with parents.
Children from Inver Primary School sang carols and their performance was videoed and shared on the Inver community Facebook page for all their parents and friends to see.
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