South Bersted Primary School pupils' moving video goes viral

Pupils at South Bersted Primary School have kept themselves busy at home during lockdown by learning sign language — and a moving video has been created to showcase their hard work.

Tuesday, 26th May 2020, 4:32 pm

The video, named 'True Colours', has nearly 10,500 views on Facebook in less than a week.

Year 1 teacher Louise Leeper said: "The children of South Bersted School have been working hard during the lockdown to learn the sign language and have filmed themselves for us to create a collective video.

"We are so proud of them all."

Sharing the video to Facebook, a school spokesperson said: "The pupils of South Bersted School have worked together to create this beautiful video. So proud to work at this fantastic school." Still from video courtesy of South Bersted CofE Primary School

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