At a very early 7.30 am we set off on the long journey down to Wembley stadium. On arrival we all had our picture taken in front of the legendary Bobby Moore statue. At the start of the tour we saw the famous 'crossbar' from the 1966 World Cup final and were told that the hat-trick of goals that Geoff Hurst scored on that day was still the only ever to be scored in a World Cup final. The tour took in the press room, the changing rooms, tunnel and dugouts before we entered the Royal Box for pictures with the FA cup.
Miss Draper’s form came out in force to wash cars to raise money for Georgie Boyce’s cricket trip to New Zealand, to play for England. Georgie aims to raise £2,800 to make the trip and play for her country. Georgie and her team including, Jamie Hutchinson, Katrina Ellingworth, Sadie Griffiths, Luke Humphreys, Charlie Coulson, Britany Smith, Samuel Newbury, Adam Bonsann, James Fielding, Ben Bonser, Shannon Craske and Megan Flint.
The Holgate Academy Family Lip Dub is a project that has taken us two terms to create, produce and release, and has involved more than 3,500 young people from Hucknall and Bestwood Village.
The online definition of a Lip Dub is...
" a type of video that combines lip synching and audio dubbing to make a music video. It is made by filming groups of people dancing and lip synching to a song then dubbing over it in post editing with the original audio of the song.Lip Dubs involve a lot of preparation and are well produced and are done in a single unedited shot that travels through different rooms and situations. They have become popular with the advent of mass participatory video content sites like YouTube"
...but our Lip Dub has been so much more than that.