Horsham school creates video to uplift and inspire community

Staff at a Horsham school have created a special video to spread joy among pupils and families.

All Saints CE Primary School in Tylden Way created the film to give a message of ‘hope and love’, according to a spokeswoman.

Headteacher, Susan Costa, said: “The video was an idea inspired with the aim of keeping our school community connected at this time of lockdown.

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“Creativity and hope are two of our key school values and the video really brings these alive, with a purpose to brighten up the day and spread a smile.”

All Saints created the video to spread positivity

The video shares how staff are missing being together as a school community, the buzz of the classrooms and sharing learning.

Susan added: “We have been delighted by the overwhelming positive responses from the children and parents; one parent summed up the feeling by saying ‘Contagious positivity! Energizing mood!’

“I am very proud of our staff team and their commitment to always bring an idea to life. We hope that others may also be uplifted and inspired.”

The school said it has shared the video with the wider community with the hope it will bring sunshine to people’s lives.

The spokeswoman added: “Thanks to all the staff who took part and in particular to Mr T-C for putting it all together in such a creative format.”

To view the video please click here.

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