‘I appear to have something in my eye’ - Nicola Sturgeon reacts to Victoria Primary School leavers video

Victoria Primary school in New Haven released a video of their P7 leavers
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A video of primary school leavers from Victoria Primary school is causing hearts to melt across social media, including First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.

The video cuts between various students performing A Million Dreams from the hit movie The Greatest Showman in sign language (BSL).

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The school tweeted the video saying it was inspired by: “the amazing interpreters on the daily briefings” adding that the P7 “worked remotely” to create the video.

The First Minister retweeted the video saying: “Not sure I should have watched this just before doing the daily briefing - I appear to have something in my eye.

“Well done @Victoria_P7 - this is beautiful! Very proud of you! I’ll make sure our wonderful BSL interpreters see it too.”

John Swinney, Scotland’s Education Secretary also commented on the video saying: “How absolutely wonderful.

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“Well done @Victoria_P7. What an inspiring, caring and inclusive way to close the term.

Victoria Primary school in New Haven released a video of their P7 leaversVictoria Primary school in New Haven released a video of their P7 leavers
Victoria Primary school in New Haven released a video of their P7 leavers

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