Wonky crowns, fluffy sheep and PLENTY of cute-factor, the primary school nativity is such a fun part of school life. All of our nativities come with everything you need to put on an amazing show, giving you the time to focus on what really matters: bringing your school community together to have some fun! Whether you’re looking for a nativity for EYFS, KS1, KS2 or whole-school, take a look at our whole Christmas caboodle!



The Twinky Nativity

The Twinkly Nativity will bring guaranteed sparkle to any Christmas celebrations!
This shiny retelling of the traditional story, with a good dose of dazzle and no shortage of delight, is perfectly written for 3-6s. Our brand-new nativity has 7 cute and quirky songs that are SURE to ‘Bring some twinkle to your toes’.

A Hint Of Snow White

From the best-selling writing team that brought you Peter Pan The Musical, Cinderella & Rockerfella and Aladdin Trouble comes this vibrant panto-musical, packed with songs to make you smile, a laugh-out-loud script and a wealth of colourful characters, old and new! We think you’ll love it! (OH YES YOU WILL!)

At Out of the Ark, we love nativities (we’ve published over 50 of them)! We feel really privileged to help schools reap the amazing benefits of this festive tradition. Ever since our first nativity musical, written in 1989, our team have been writing, publishing and producing showstopping nativity scripts and songs for children and schools around the world, and we are so proud that so many thousands of primary schools use our nativities every year.


Sustainable Nativities: Tis The Season

Sustainable Nativities: ’Tis The Season!

Putting on a nativity is a staple in the school calendar for SO many of us – why not make this year’s show, and the shows to follow, a little more eco-friendly? Here are some top tips for making your nativity more sustainable.

The Highs And Lows Of Putting On A Nativity

The Highs And Lows Of Putting On A Nativity

Working with children is never dull. My approach is to make the children’s experience of the nativity fun, above all else. Polished performances would be lovely, in reality, there’s always at least one kid that is completely tone deaf and sure as eggnog is eggnog, that kid will have the loudest voice and want to stand right at the front!

Top Tips For Filming Your Nativity

Top Tips For Filming Your Nativity

We spoke to Emma Cornet, Kodály Musicianship Teacher at Gallions Primary School in London, and Ashley Roye, former Music Manager at Gallions (now Schools Manager at London Music Masters), about their experiences of filming children’s performances.