STAFF, pupils and parents have worked together - but separately - to create this lovely video in tribute to NHS workers.

Clydebank High School is the dedicated school for the local authority looking after young people whose parents are key workers.

So history teacher Paul Hamilton thought it would be a special thing to do.

He came up with the idea while isolating with suspected Covid-19 and said creating the video was a great distraction while apart from his family.

Set to Heroes by David Bowie, the video shows mums, dads, pupils, teachers, carers and even pet dogs all getting involved.

Paul said: "I had plenty of time to think of ways the school could support our NHS workers and this seemd to be a great way to do it.

"It was a team effort with everyone sending in their clips by email - I was amazed to get so many responses.

"Clydebank High is looking after young people whose parents are key workers so that fact made this extra special."


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