The Chorleywood Primary School managed to get students, parents and staff members involved in creating ‘True Colors‘, a video they released on YouTube.
The video is part of the school’s Dream Big project, which aims to encourage children to think about the different types of careers in the world of work.
Through the programme, the school is raising funds to support and maintain the buildings and the educational opportunities for students.
Professional opera singer and governor of parents at school, Rob Murray, came up with the idea.
Speaking to ChorleywoodNews he said: “I took part in another community video just before lockdown called ‘Where Have all the Flowers Gone’.
“I was already producing some videos for The Dream Big campaign at school and I thought this would be a great way to get people together while apart and also to give kids something to focus on and do with their families.
“It’s also a way to fundraise, we can’t have our fundraising event so we are trying to find different ways to raise money.
“It really highlighted what talent we have in the community and in the school, we have a lot of professional musicians already but we have never gathered together and also the kids were great and staff were very supportive.”
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