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Headmaster's deadpan intro to 'Let it Go' wins Christmas

Teachers at Baden-Powell and St Peter's Church of England Junior School are known for delighting their students with a secret performance at each year's Christmas show. This year they outdid themselves with a "Let it Go" flashmob.

The best part of this performance is the enthusiasm from every single staff member channeling Idina Menzel. From staunch headmaster Paul Howieson, who began the performance with a solemn reading of the first few lines of "Let it Go," to the reverend who briefly broke it down Elsa-style. Teachers and staff members reportedly rehearsed for weeks in secret. The school has nearly 100 employees, many of whom joined in the performance to surprise the kids.

Headmaster's deadpan intro to 'Let it Go' wins Christmas

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Between the gorgeous cathedral setting, the awesome headmaster, and the kids in their fancy uniforms, I kind of expected Professor Snape to put an end to the shenanigans. But even without the magic of Hogwarts, this school performance will put a little glow in your heart.

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