Parents packed into the hall of Ysgol Y Parc for one of ten Christmas concerts.

The year one concert, Prickly Hay, was held uninterrupted after a recent closure due to the snow, and saw around 100 people gather to watch their children and grandchildren perform.

The free performance was one of two for the year group, who must split performers to allow 200 people the chance to see their children.

The Friday, December 15 musical was part of 10 performances throughout the lead up to Christmas for the school, which saw its nursery musicals moved after closing on Monday, December 11.

Louisa Roberts, headteacher at Ysgol Y Parc said: “ We’re really proud of all the children. They just got on with it despite the fact we’ve had to reschedule some of our other concerts because of the snow.”

The Nativity musical, Prickly Hay by Mary Cliff and Kelly Fort, tells the story from the perspective of Sam the stable boy - played by year one pupil Cai Jones - who must make the manager comfortable for the baby Jesus.