"Teaching is our destiny" - trainees brighten up Christmas

24th December 2015 at 12:46
Festive tribute to teaching

Proving that end-of-term dancing is not just for children - the trainee teachers of the Pioneer Teaching Alliance SCITT in Fareham, Hants, have uploaded a video of themselves singing about the joys of teaching for Christmas.

Dressed in Santa hats surrounded by tinsel-bedecked children, the students sing their own version of Shut up and Dance by Walk The Moon, which includes the lyrics: “Come on then class, keep your eyes on me. Don’t want no holding back. Come on and learn with me. ‘Cause teaching is our destiny. Oooh Come on and learn with me.”

Have a listen – and enjoy the holidays.

 

 

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