Lipdubbing: The future of school marketing? Shouldn’t every school be doing one?

Forget about boring school brochures, visiting feeder primary schools, parents’ word of mouth or even a fancy school website!  Thanks to @MrWickensPE I have now glimpsed into the future of school marketing and it is, surprisingly, the whole school LIPDUB!  Would this make both potential students and parents excited about attending your school?  I think that’s an easy question to answer…

I am going make it my mission for the next few months to help create one for the school I work at.  Imagine it – 2000 kids all involved, displaying their individual or collective talents and passions in 1 long highly skilled and coordinated sequence.

What better way to get inspire and excite the students to work together to make something truely remarkable and of worth to the school?

Anyway, enough of my small talk, here’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for (even if you didn’t realise it!).  This Libdub was created by the Friends’ School Lisburn in Northern Ireland.  So, sit back, relax and be amazed by the power of Lipdub!!

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2 Responses to Lipdubbing: The future of school marketing? Shouldn’t every school be doing one?

  1. Damian says:

    Not just one song but what 3 or 4? Must have been a huge project – could be someone’s innovation day project but it’s too difficult maybe.

    • Think if the whole school buy into it, it could be amazing. Different teachers responsible for different sections..could be done in small parts and edited together. Think this one was dalso done in small parts and then cleverly edited together..

      Could be a whole school project in ID / Olympic Week?

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