A SCHOOL put on a panto — despite only having seven pupils.
The children — aged three to eight — each had to play more than one role and sing 13 songs.
Head Linda Jones, who is the only full-time staff member at the school in Abersoch, North Wales, said: “It has been one heck of a challenge, but the children were so excited.
"We’ve had to do a shortened version, with not so many costume changes.”
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The show, Cardiau Nadolig - Christmas Cards - is a tale of a postman delivering cards with the message of remembering the reason behind Christmas.
Eldest pupil Scott, eight, is the lead and is one of only two boys in Ysgol Aberosch school. The youngest is three-year-old Melissa.
The school could be axed soon. Ms Jones said: “Hopefully this is not the last Christmas show.”