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Tiny tots take to the stage for Christmas at Bilambil

Bilambil Pre-school end of year Christmas production.
Bilambil Pre-school end of year Christmas production. John Gass

EXCITED tiny tots will take to the stage tonight to perform in the annual Bilambil Preschool Christmas concert.

The concert will include all the classics like Jingle Bells, We Wish You a Merry Christmas and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.

Director Kelly Carlson said the kids had been practicing for the big night for most of the year.

"They're enjoying the opportunity to show what the can do well," she said.

"This year Lil'Fi came on board with her Rhapsodaisy program.

"It has really helped our students, especially those with special needs.

Lil'Fi, the early childhood music coordinator and well known Uki musician, said the students loved the program and getting ready for Christmas.

"The kids can actually read music," she said.

"It's not just fun it's actually therapeutic.

"We work with the children visually, orally and kinaesthetically so we can teach to all levels."

The concert kicks off at 5.30pm tonight.

Check out the stunning photo gallery below.

Topics:  bilambil, christmas



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