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Children at primary school in Wembley enjoy Christmas panto...starring their teachers

PUBLISHED: 10:38 18 December 2015 | UPDATED: 10:38 18 December 2015

Staff at Chalkhill Primary School put on a panto for their pupils (Pic: Matin Francis)

Staff at Chalkhill Primary School put on a panto for their pupils (Pic: Matin Francis)

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Oh no they didn’t, oh yes they did!

Staff at Chalkhill Primary School showed their festive side by making a show of themselves in the name of Christmas.

Children at the school in Barnhill Road, Wembley, were treated to a Christmas panto version of Peter pan starring teachers and assistants yesterday.

Martin Francis, the school’s chair of governors, said, “This production of Peter Pan was fantastic.

“It was a delight to see children enjoying all the traditions of pantomime and booing the ‘baddies’ and cheering the ‘goodies’ with gusto.

“Chalkhill teachers always go the extra mile for the children but the effort they put into today’s performance was amazing.”

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