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TALENTED pupils at St Joseph’s primary have been boosting Christmas spirit for family and friends this week.

Children at the Busby school took to the stage for a nativity show – inviting mums, dads, grandparents and siblings along to hear all about the true meaning of Christmas.

Children from primaries one and two wowed audiences on Tuesday and Wednesday, alongside a performance from talented young saxaphone player Jonathan McFarlane, who played Jingle Bells and Silent Night.

The school choir also showcased festive favourites fresh from a performance at the Clarkston BID Christmas Extravaganza last weekend – and after Tuesday’s show, the young singers went on to perform for elderly residents at Bonnyton House and Hawthorn Court.

How is your school celebrating Christmas? Share your events and pictures with gillian.loney@jpress.co.uk for inclusion in The Extra’s festive editions.

 

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