Primary school pupils have been telling tales to parents.
More than 260 children from eight primary schools met at Chester Catholic High School in Old Wrexham Road last week to perform a selection of songs related to traditional tales.
The youngsters, all aged six or seven, were from St Werburgh’s and St Columba’s in Hoole, St Theresa’s in Blacon, St Clare’s in Lache , St Luke’s in Frodsham, St Saviour’s Ellesmere Port, St Winefride’s in Neston, Hoole CE Primary and the University Cathedral Free School in Chester.
They presented their finished work of stories, songs and dances based on The Gingerbread Man , the Three Little Pigs and Hansel and Gretel to families.
Toe-tapping tunes included The Three little Pigs Jive, Give It All You’ve Got and The Wicked Witch is Back as well as break-dancing big bad wolves and mystical ribbon wand witches.
Co-ordinator Rachael Borman said: “The children and staff were amazing, had worked so hard all term and sung brilliantly today.
“It was a lovely opportunity for the children to socialise and make new friends with children from different schools and come together singing and making music.”