Published: 00:00, 17 June 2014 |
Updated: 13:51, 17 June 2014
A group of dancing teachers are hoping their performance of a popular song will become an internet hit.
About 60 staff at Halfway Houses primary have been filmed taking part in their own version of Pharrell Williams’ hit Happy.
Over the past few weeks, they have been caught during their lunch-breaks and after school so the video clips could be put together.
It’s now finished and is on the YouTube website - in the hope it will promote the school in Southdown Road, Halfway.
Reception teacher Felicity Walsh said she initially started it as a shake, rattle and roll project was running throughout the classes and they were going to get the children to do a music video.
The idea was to get a few staff to produce their own just to give the youngsters a feel for it, but it took off and everyone wanted to be involved.
“The head teacher said ‘let’s make it go viral’,” Miss Walsh said.
“There’s dinner ladies, kitchen staff, teachers and everybody really.
“I think it’s great and it was really good fun.
“It’s made me feel very proud.”
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