Teachers have performed a Take That parody video to mark children returning to school.

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Members of staff from The King's School in Rochester teamed up for a new version of the 1995 hit 'Back for Good' as pupils across England returned to school on Monday (08.03.21).

School principal Ben Charles was joined by fellow staff members Tom Morgan and Catherine Openshaw on the tune, which has had its usual lyrics changed to reflect the coronavirus pandemic.

The teachers sing: "Whatever we said, whatever we did, we've been through it, we just want you back for good.

"We've carried you along, we've had to be strong and we've done it, you'll be right and understood.

"We'll be together, fingers crossed now forever, we'll be fighting and forever we will be, so complete in our hope, we will never be locked down again."

The parody has gone down well and has been viewed more than 1,000 times on YouTube,