St Albans pupils write song for keyworkers
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A St Albans primary school community has written and performed a song for NHS workers.
Alban City School students and teachers composed the song to say thank you to all key workers and the NHS.
The video of the song shows it being sung by different staff members and doing fun moves in their homes and gardens and dancing with teddy bears.
The idea came from Miss Farley. She said: “I’m so impressed with how the children rose to the challenge, sending in lyrics and melody ideas and how the staff got so enthusiatically involved.
“They have really captured how grateful we are for the keyworkers.”
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The lyrics of the song mention a variety of workers from ambulance and fire to supermarket staff.
To watch it go to https://www.facebook.com/AlbanCitySchool/videos/667359597431224/
To give to this cause go to https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/acs-together-again
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