School closing day was a cavalcade of colour and creativity as our children showed off their considerable talents.
Every child from pre-schoolers to primary had a part to play and played it perfectly in more than two hours of verse, music, drama and dance.
The show, organised by our teachers helped by volunteers, was stunning from the the traditional Christmas nativity, through to a wonderfully imaginative celebration of cultures represented at our school from the many African tribes to those with roots in other continents including the Italy, the USA, France and the UK.
Brilliant costumes, made cheaply from sourced local material , and from items kindly donated to by so many of you from the UK and elsewhere, added to the effect.
Happy House scouts gave a formal start with a a display of marching before raising the Kenyan flag as everyone stood for the national anthem.
Everyone in the audience was delighted with the performances, some joining in with the dancing when a child, dressed costumes representing a different tribe or country, took to the floor
. It was Uncle Billy who sparked the audience participation when he joined in with a Kikuyu dance.
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