A group of teachers from a high school in Suffolk, UK, have gone viral on TikTok after dancing to The Greatest Showman.

In 2017, the best film of all time was released. Okay, maybe not the best film of all time, but it’s certainly up there.

The Greatest Showman is an incredible amalgamation of a musical and a drama perfectly intertwined with Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron.

If you’re a fan of the circus themed film, you need to watch this viral TikTok. It’s bound to make you smile!

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TikTok – For Your Pride I #ItStartsOnTikTok

Watch these teachers dance to The Greatest Showman

Teachers from Sudbury Ormiston Academy have gone viral on TikTok this week after dancing to a track from The Greatest Showman.

The staff danced to the song From Now On from the hit movie as a way of saying goodbye to their year 11 and year 13 students.

But they didn’t just dance. They even dressed up as the characters from the musical film, with one teacher taking the lead as Hugh Jackman’s character P.T. Barnum.

Since it was posted on May 28th, it’s accumulated a huge 931,000 views and continues to go viral.

Watch the incredible performance below!

TikTok reacts to the video

TikTok users are totally obsessed with the teachers’ performance, and the Sudbury Ormiston Academy staff have had loads of love and support in the comments.

One person wrote: “That was quite simply the epitome of teachers who are unequivocally, 100%-ly invested in their students. Nowt short of EPIC! 👏👏👏.”

“Wow a display of fantastic teachers who clearly have an amazing relationship with their pupils 👌🏻. More schools should take notes from you guys💗,” said another.

A third commenter added: “This is amazing, well done teachers!!!!🥰 especially after all that students had to go through this year… this makes me heart swell.”

Video by @osa_presents on TikTok

The school is using TikTok to connect to its students

The video was posted to the school’s official TikTok @osa_presents which the school has been using to connect to its students.

They currently have over 9,000 followers and often share comedic videos about school life.

Head of performing arts Leo Cox told The BBC:

“We’ve had so much fun as an academy experimenting with our TikTok account, and it’s been a great way for students to get creative and work together as a team to make some brilliant videos.”

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