Bedford school celebrates lockdown achievements New Zealand style
A school in Bedford has created a video outlining their achievements during lockdown.
Biddenham School decided to follow the example of the New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern who was set a challenge by her team to outline her government’s achievements in a two-minute video.
The school has produced their very own video running through the achievements of their staff through lockdown.
Presented by Principal David Bailey and Head of School Eleanor Grylls the video took three minutes to fit in all the staff achievements over the past four months.
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David Bailey said: "We produced this video primarily to celebrate, and recognise, just how much our Biddenham staff team have achieved in support of our students, academically, physically and spiritually, during the lockdown period and we very much look forward to seeing them back and raring to go in September."
If you would like to see the video, click here.