EASTER came early for these adorable youngsters who took to the stage to present their school drama performance.
The foundation stage pupils at Throston Primary School, in Flint Walk, Hartlepool, all pulled on their own outfits that were designed in school for their performance entitled Easter Animals.
And the brave youngsters who took to the stage performed the play not once, but twice to impressed parents and fellow pupils.
They weren’t the only ones who got the chance to show off their drama skills.
The Key Stage 2 pupils at the school performed their own play, the Miracles and Parables of Jesus.
Headteacher Mark Atkinson said he was very proud of all the youngsters who performed and said the plays went down a treat with visiting family members and friends.
Mr Atkinson said: “The children in the foundation stage weren’t fazed at all by performing in a packed school hall.
“They were brilliant and the feedback was fantastic.
“The Key Stage 2 pupils were excellent as well, all of the staff were very proud.”
Mr Atkinson said the confidence levels of all of the youngsters is improving all of the time.
“The main thing is they had loads of fun,” he added.
“They continue to grow in confidence with every performance.
“I would like to say a big well done.”