Teachers and staff at a Saltney high school created a spook-tacular production to entertain students on Halloween.
The parody of Michael Jackson’s Thriller, created by St David’s High School teachers and members of the school’s PTA, was played to students during morning assembly on October 31.
Staff honed their dance moves and donned creepy costumes for the production filmed around the school.
The video, which is currently on YouTube, has reached more than 1,000 views so far.
Joanne Rickers, a parent governor and chairperson of St David’s PTA who took part in the production, said it was the first time the school has filmed anything of its kind.
“It was a huge success, we will definitely go ahead and do more,” she said.
“It was nice for the students to see the teachers and staff acting silly.
Craig Burns, the new headteacher at St David’s High School, said: “The teachers of St David’s, in partnership with our proactive PTA, were proud to put a Thriller parody together for our students to contribute to the number of fundraising events that have been taking place at the school.
“Since September, we have been developing ICT facilities at St. David’s, particularly students’ digital literacy skills; we are making good progress with new Chrome books and computers purchased, which will make a difference to students’ everyday learning.
“We are grateful to MBNA who have also supported us during this venture.”