Royston’s Greneway Middle School holds a festive fanfare

Christmas concert at Greneway Middle School

Christmas concert at Greneway Middle School - Credit: Archant

Pupils at Greneway got into the Christmas spirit when more than 150 performers gave their all in front of a packed audience.

Greneway Middle School, Royston, Christmas production

Greneway Middle School, Royston, Christmas production - Credit: Archant

The programme began with the full school orchestra playing We Wish You a Merry Christmas before the spotlight fell on the Upper Choir and the Year 5 and 6 Choir.

Other highlights included Streetdance choreographed by pupils Anna Burgess and Ellie Wilson, the Boyz Choir, the drama club, the drumming ensemble and readings taken from Michael Morpurgo’s The Best Christmas Ever before a finale featuring African Christmas song Kuyimba and the Shakin’ Stevens’ hit Merry Christmas Everyone.

Greneway Middle School, Royston, Christmas production

Greneway Middle School, Royston, Christmas production - Credit: Archant

The Year 8 technical crew ensured everything ran smoothly.

Head of music Shaunaid Crosby said: “The pupils have worked so hard preparing their repertoire. The level of performance on both nights was outstanding – the Christmas season is truly upon us.”

Greneway Middle School, Royston, Christmas production

Greneway Middle School, Royston, Christmas production - Credit: Archant

Greneway Middle School, Royston, Christmas production. On the lighting desk were Campbell Ludlow and

Greneway Middle School, Royston, Christmas production. On the lighting desk were Campbell Ludlow and Scott Dixon, flanking teacher Sophie Brothwell - Credit: Archant

Greneway Middle School, Royston, Christmas production

Greneway Middle School, Royston, Christmas production - Credit: Archant

Greneway Middle School, Royston, Christmas production

Greneway Middle School, Royston, Christmas production - Credit: Archant

Greneway Middle School, Royston, Christmas production.

Greneway Middle School, Royston, Christmas production. - Credit: Archant


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