Kia ora Neighours - I hope you're all doing well in this latest lockdown.
Students at a south Auckland school are putting their personalities on display in a parody of the long-running television show Baywatch.
Starring four Parkside School students – Leeroy Brown, 6, Charlee Foote, 17, Montele DeThierry, 13, and William Culley, 15, the saga follows a thief stealing from a woman on a beach, who gets taken in by a lifeguard and a police officer, only to make friends with their victim.
Watch at the link below and don't forget to vote to help the students win in the Focus on Ability Short Film Festival!
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Kia ora neighbours, Who isn't keen to put 107 days of Covid-19 Alert Level 3 and 4 behind us? But there are some important lessons to remember as we move on. Read the story below?