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Pupil & Staff Videos

Staff and Pupil Videos
Our school is built on excellent relationships and having fun! We think you will see that in this selection of videos we made during the pandemic. We said it was to help bring a smile to everyone's faces. Really, the staff just wanted to have a little fun! We hope you enjoy them and try not to laugh at us all too much!
March 2021
A Twitter Challenge was set for the whole school to perform a 'Jump for Joy'. This was in response to the great enthusiasm of the whole school community of returning to school after what we all hope was the final lockdown. It brought a smile to all our faces!
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February 2021
The Senior Leadership Team, consisting of Mrs Davis, Mr Knighton, Miss Butler and Mr McLoughlin, decided they should lead by example. So during the final week of the half-term, they waited until all staff and pupils left the building, got dressed up and sang, danced and played! We hope you enjoy it!
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December 2020
The staff love Christmas and decided to 'perform' one of their favourite Christmas songs for you all to enjoy. Well, what else is there to do in December when everything is closed due to being in Tier 4 in the middle of a pandemic?!
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May 2020
May saw the toughest time of the lockdown and we wanted our families to know that whatever was going on in the outside world, nothing would ever stop the beat of our school and we were still there for them all!
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April 2020
The start of the lockdown and pandemic was tough for everyone. Our staff wanted to try and bring some light and fun to our community in the midst of such darkness and fear. Can you all remember the panic buying of toilet rolls and the empty shelves in the supermarkets? Well the staff certainly come to the help of the head teacher in this video!
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