Sheffield High School, Girls' Day School Trust
T-shirts, camera and even action!
It was a case of T-shirts, camera and even action, as over 500 pupils from Sheffield High School gathered on the school field to attempt not only a photograph of the Olympic symbol, but also to create a moving image of the five interlocking rings!
Each class from Year 4 in the Junior School through to Year 9 in the Senior School had been allocated one of the colours of the Olympic Rings, representing the colours of all the flags at the Olympic Games, and they each brought along a t-shirt in that colour for the filming. The shape of the rings and the number 2012 were then formed and a still photo taken, emulating not only the shape, but also the unity which was intended by the original creation of the Olympic image by the founder of the modern Olympic movement, Pierre de Coubertin.
East of England pupil named UK Student of the YearThat was the easy bit! The girls then ran in and out of the shape, amazing staff when they ran back to exactly their allocated positions. Finally they attempted a moving image of the Olympic Rings, yes – even with them interlocking! The interest from radio and television was the icing on the cake, as no-one truly believed it could be done, but with the GO4IT approach at Sheffield High School, the girls even managed to achieve the moving image of the interlocking rings!
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If you would like to see the one minute moving image go to: http://bit.ly/GCMzhj
This attempt was planned for the School’s birthday as part of the its ongoing Olympic celebrations which are happening throughout the current school year.
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