Gosport and Fareham Multi-Academy Trust lead NHS tributes

TEACHING staff from the Gosport and Fareham Multi-Academy (GFM) Trust have put together an emotional video tribute to NHS staff selflessly putting themselves at risk in the coronavirus battle.

Tuesday, 28th April 2020, 4:05 pm
Updated Wednesday, 29th April 2020, 11:09 am

Set to the backdrop of the song Praise You by Fatboy Slim, GFM teaching staff relayed messages of support and appreciation for NHS staff including family members currently working on the front line.

The video also included posters paying tribute critical workers and the message Stay Safe accompanied by a heart which had been created using pebbles on a local beach.

After watching the video compilation, headteacher at Bay House School, Nigel Matthias, said: ‘I actually felt quite emotional watching back all the tribute clips. This has been quite a challenge to put together with everyone working remotely but I think it really says something about the community spirit of our staff.’

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One of the posters of support in the GFM tribute video.

The GFM includes a support network of primary and secondary schools including Bay House School, Brune Park School and Gomer Junior and Infant Schools.

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Chief executive of the Gosport and Fareham Multi-academy Trust, Ian Potter, led the tributes to NHS staff. Picture: Chris Moorhouse

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