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Students at Cork school break into brilliant flash mob routine to boost awareness about mental health

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The students thought they were taking part in a fire drill (Photo: YouTube)

A CORK school decided to send out a positive message surrounding physical and mental health issues by turning a  routine fire drill into a flash mob dance.

Colaiste Muire in Cobh marked Wellbeing Week in their own way with a choreographed dance to the Queen classic Don’t Stop Me Now.

As students gathered next to the school’s car park thinking that they were taking part in a fire drill, a group of students started the routine.

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As more and more students joined in, others looked on, as their performance drew cheers from onlookers.

The school has also set up a website with the aim of promoting positivity regarding wellbeing.

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One comment on “Students at Cork school break into brilliant flash mob routine to boost awareness about mental health”

  1. catherine mc avinchey

    That was just fantastic and for such a good cause, well done to each and everyone who took part !! :)

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