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KS2 Christmas Celebration

Discussion in 'Primary' started by carolineteacher, Nov 29, 2011.

  1. I was hoping for some inspiration for a KS2 Christmas celebration. For the past couple of years all classes have met in the hall to watch a DVD on the large screen and we have supplied snacks. This year we were going to put on a staff led pantomime but we've left it too late to organise and tempers are already high with all other activities going on. KS1 have parties and Father Christmas. We don't want the KS2 kids to be left out and if we can't think of anything else it will be a DVD.

    Any suggestions? What do you do at your school?
     
  2. I was hoping for some inspiration for a KS2 Christmas celebration. For the past couple of years all classes have met in the hall to watch a DVD on the large screen and we have supplied snacks. This year we were going to put on a staff led pantomime but we've left it too late to organise and tempers are already high with all other activities going on. KS1 have parties and Father Christmas. We don't want the KS2 kids to be left out and if we can't think of anything else it will be a DVD.

    Any suggestions? What do you do at your school?
     
  3. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

    Do you have time to let the children put on a show?
    The older children could audition acts that want to take part and make up a programme to entertain everyone. It could be singing, dancing, playing an instrument, reciting a poem, magic tricks, gymnastics, a short play ....
    Give the children as much responsibility as you can so that the workload doesn't fall too heavily on teachers!
     
  4. greta444

    greta444 New commenter

    Ours have a disco and then party games like musical chairs, the chocolate game, musical bumps. You could do pictionary or similar games.
    Or you could invite them to bring in board games and play those as a class.
     

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