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New Film Reveals What Makes The Crescent School So Special

The Crescent School has a new school film that reveals just what makes the Crescent so special.
17 Jun 2020
School News
"Would you like to know what makes the Crescent so special?" Was the question asked of the school’s social media followers last week. The cryptic message repeatedly posed the question alongside a series of cinema inspired images in a countdown to the big reveal on Friday 12 June at 4.00pm, when the new Crescent School film was premiered. ​

The film cleverly combines live action with the school’s animated Crescent Promise characters to uniquely bring the different elements of the promise to life. Produced by the Foundation Marketing Team and award-winning Affixxius Films, the film was shot over the Lent Term and aims to communicate how the Crescent School Promise fosters and develops the qualities of kindness and tolerance in a safe and caring environment where staff and families work together to deliver an inspiring, challenging and varied education. ​

Comments, Headmaster, Joe Thackway, “The Crescent School Promise expresses our community’s shared values, it is a simple set of guidelines, developed and shared by all pupils and staff, that helps our pupils become Good Friends, Good Learners and Good Citizens. ​

With thanks to Affixxius Films, Dam Design who created our Promise characters, and to all the pupils and staff who helped and took part in the film - what stars they are!

So why not roll out the red carpet, grab your popcorn, sit back and view the film here. We'd love you to like and share it on social media too!

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