A Sussex school has said goodbye to its year 13 pupils by creating its own version of a popular music video.
Teachers at St Wilfrid’s Catholic School, in Old Horsham Road, Crawley, gave students an end-of-term treat by creating their own version of British boyband One Direction’s hit ‘History’.
Staff pulled out their umbrellas and got behind the camera as they created the masterpiece to mark the end of students stay at the school.
The video was created by technician Josh Smith and as well as the beautifully choreographed performance also contains emotional messages from teachers bidding fairwell and good luck to pupils.
St Wilfrid’s has made a name for itself over the years when it comes to producing videos.
Last year leavers were treated to a stylish send-off as staff re-created Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’ music video Uptown Funk.
Christmas 2014 saw students take part in a moving film to commemorate the Truce between German and British forces on Christmas Day, 1914.
Staff also said a musical farewell to former headteacher Jonathan Morris
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