Err... pass the loo roll, would you please?

Lockdown fun from teachers at a Sussex school...

Tuesday, 28th April 2020, 1:41 pm
Updated Tuesday, 28th April 2020, 1:42 pm
The loo roll challenge

Students at Crawley’s Holy Trinity Church of England Secondary School will be delighted to learn their locked-down teachers have been keeping their spirits – and loo rolls – up.

Head of performing arts at HTS Phillip Hall confessed “We have been busy making fools of ourselves again…

“Our staff are in lockdown at home with cupboards full of toilet rolls, so I set them a challenge! They came up with the most creative ways they could to pass the loo roll on and sent me videos containing everything from juggling to magic and from music to dance moves!

“Editing it all together was fun and we hope that us giving up any credibility that we previously had has kept our students entertained and made them feel a part of our community, even while we are not together every day.

“Keep an eye out for new challenges coming in the next few weeks!”

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