Teachers say goodbye to class with hilarious spoof advert

These two won't be forgotten any time soon!

Teachers say goodbye to class with hilarious spoof advert

Two teachers have made sure that they will be remembered by their students after starring in a spoof of the Money Supermarket advert.

Chris Denney and Cameron Davidson had taught their classes at Grove Park, Primary School in Sittingbourne, Kent for three years and were sad to see them go so they decided to do something special to send off their pupils.

The spoof is a take-off of the infamous Money Supermarket advert that shows an #epicdanceoff between a man in high heels and a construction worker.

The boys did a pretty good job of recreating the advert and they told the Mirror Online that the video went down well when they showcased it in front of staff, students and parents at an assembly.

The video was screened during a presentation where the pupils had created parody programs of various TV shows including Eastenders and Jeremy Kyle.

Chris, 27, told the Mirror Online that the whole hall “laughed and screamed their way through it.”

After the screening, Chris decided to share the video with the rest of the world and thank God he did!

The whole thing is well produced and choreographed from start to finish with the two boys putting in stellar performances.

We think it is fair to say our lives are enriched slightly after seeing this!

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