community last week as LVS Ascot’s Infant & Junior School laid on lunch and a special
Nativity performance for some of the area’s elderly. Members of Warfield Church’s Autumn
Club, a group for older members of the congregation, were special guests at the school on
Tuesday 10th December.
The LVS Ascot Infant & Junior School’s nativity play is one of the highlights of the school’s
Christmas celebrations, and Warfield Church’s Autumn Club enjoyed this year’s premiere
before proud parents packed into the school the following day to enjoy the show. Over 30
members of the church enjoyed a lunch at LVS Ascot served by the Infant & Junior
School’s Year 6 ambassadors and prefect team. The pupils also chatted to their older
counterparts and made them feel welcome at a fun social occasion to get them in to the
It was then the turn of the infants in Reception class, Year 1 and Year 2 to entertain their
visitors with this year’s Nativity play ‘Hey Ewe’, an inclusive event which allowed every
pupil in those years to have their moment in the spotlight. All pupils at the school are
studying for their Infant & Junior School Diploma, learning about a number of LVS
Learning Values and Skills, and clearly demonstrating on this occasion creativity,
resilience, collaboration and self-confidence.
that LVS Ascot stands for, it is a time for each child to shine by themselves and pull
together as part of a team”.
Parent Andy Collins said: “It was outstanding and put the hairs up on the back of my neck.
My son Arthur was a sheep and my daughter Ruby a narrator. Their self-confidence was
plain to see today. It made me so proud to watch it with my father”.
You can watch and embed a short highlights film from the LVS Ascot Nativity, including
parent and teacher reaction, here:
Further LVS Ascot Christmas community celebrations included a church service at Holy
Garrison Church in Windsor and carol singing at Savill Garden’s café in Windsor Great