Christmas is coming and the children from Holy Trinity Primary and Nursery school will be busy preparing for the festive season with a range of events in the school and in their local community.

A range of traditional nativity plays will be performed by nursery and primary pupils; an unmissable event for proud parents and doting grandparents!

Holy Trinity Headmaster Brian Treacy explains that the school “places great importance in supporting those in their local community.”
He said: “To this end the children will be performing in a number of residential homes for the elderly, raising money for local charities and each class will create a hamper of festive treats for the local branch of Saint Vincent De Paul to use to help people in the local community.”
The range of events include: the primary one children performing their nativity show on Friday, December 8; the pre-school and nursery children retelling the Christmas Story between December 8 and 15 December; and the learning support classes putting on a Christmas performance for their parents and friends in the school.

Holy Trinity will hold its annual Christmas Carol Service in St. Michael’s Church, Enniskillen on December 13.

On December 15, the Key Stage 2 school choir will sing in the community at various sites in Enniskillen. “This is a fantastic event in the community,” commented Mr. Treacy.

Meanwhile all the children in the school will be collecting items for the Christmas hampers for St Vincent de Paul which are donated by each class in the school. Finally, the primary one children will visit the local post office to post their letters to Santa the week before Christmas.