First Day at Fallibroome

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One of our local schools Fallibroome Academy, has recently released a fantastic video "First Day at Fallibroome".

Why not have a look — just click on the picture!

It's great fun and has proved outstandingly popular across the world — achieving in excess of 50,000 viewings already.

The Head Teacher explains:
We decided to put this video together for several reasons:

  • To celebrate the fantastic sense of community that we have at Fallibroome. This is hard to see from the outside, but it truly lies at the heart of our success. Staff and students love being here — and it shows!
  • To highlight all the amazing things that go on in our school. Whilst new students joining the school might be understandably nervous, they can be reassured that they will get a warm welcome.
  • To show what is possible when the entire school community work together on a single project. Our staff and students have engaged enthusiastically in this hugely ambitious undertaking and we are incredibly proud of the result.

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