Primary schools across Chester have been getting into the Christmas spirit by taking part in different renditions of the traditional Nativity play.
We've put together a gallery filled with photos we have been sent of your children donning their best Nativity outfits.
The pupils at The Hammond Preparatory School held their Christmas Nativity service at St. Peter’s Church in Plemstall.
The service was followed by tea and coffee and mince pies.
Later in the day, the children went to Orchard Manor Care Home in Upton to sing for residents.
Children at St Clare’s Catholic Primary School in Lache entertained parents, carers and extended family with their Nativity play this Christmas.
During the performance the audience was able to follow the progress of the angels as they delivered invitations to guests.
Year 3 and 4 pupils at The Queen’s Lower School made parents and staff laugh and cry with their rendition of the Christmas play Tinsel and Tea Towels.
The infant children at The Queen's Lower School also took to the stage for two performances of the Christmas play A Midwife Crisis!
From narration to dancing and singing, every child played their part in telling the story of the Nativity, with a modern twist.
Children at the new infants school at The King’s School have celebrated Christmas with a Nativity play.
Infant classes one and two at Willow Lodge told the story of Ralph the Reindeer who volunteered to stand in for Rudolf who had a cold.
The cast sang and danced in a mixture of costumes portraying reindeer, elves and stars.
The reception class play told a story of a robin and a wren trying to find their way to Bethlehem, narrated by five pupils.
Children at Eaton Primary School brought some extra sparkle to Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre this Christmas.
The youngsters created stars and decorations to make a stable Nativity scene at the centre near Tarporley.
Headteacher Paul Mitchell said: “The children and staff have been busy cutting, sticking and gluing their Christmas decorations and the finished scene at Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre looks wonderful. It is very rewarding to see their efforts being enjoyed by visitors.”
Janet King, who runs the centre with her husband Alistair, said: “Thank you to all the teachers and pupils at Eaton Primary School – the nativity stable looks beautiful and we are very proud to be able to showcase the children’s work.”