Pupils perform play to mark end of primary school studies
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Family and friends were treated to a moving play by pupils from a Nailsea school.
Year six pupils performed Goodbye My Friend to mark the end of their studies at St Francis Primary School, in Station Road.
The play provided a fitting farewell – drawing laughs and a few tears from the audience.
The performance included some unforgettable experiences of primary school and the pupils thoroughly enjoyed dressing up as their teachers and imitating them for the comedy show.
A school spokesman said: “The play was a fitting end to the children’s time at St Francis as it put a funny twist on many of the unforgettable experiences of being in primary school, from the infant nativity to the dreaded SATs tests.
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“Whether they were dressing up as their teachers, cracking jokes or singing with gusto, every child who took part created a night to remember.”
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