VIDEO: Festive musical merriment from Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech

13:06 22 December 2014

TCA lip sync

TCA lip sync

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The spirit of Christmas came to Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech when staff and students teamed up to make a festive musical video.

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Teachers and pupils in the second year of studying for A Levels in the media department took Mariah Carey’s track, All I want for Christmas, and turned it into tongue in cheek musical mayhem.

The video sees teaching staff and pupils in their festive finery in a lip sync version of the 1994 track.

The You Tube video has gone down a storm and has already had 2,100 hits in just three days.

The song is one of the biggest earning Christmas tracks ever recorded and, according to the New York Post had earned $50 million in royalties by 2013.

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