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NHS thank you song recorded by children of Muswell Hill key workers from Fortismere School

PUBLISHED: 12:46 20 April 2020 | UPDATED: 09:21 01 May 2020

Students from Fortismere School who recorded the song. Picture: BonaFide Studio

Students from Fortismere School who recorded the song. Picture: BonaFide Studio

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Children of key workers in Muswell Hill - “unsung heroes” - have clubbed together to record a tribute song for the NHS.

Fortismere pupil Mila Bogdanovic, 13, wrote 'Thank Them All'. Picture: BonaFideStudioFortismere pupil Mila Bogdanovic, 13, wrote 'Thank Them All'. Picture: BonaFideStudio

Students from Fortismere School featured in ‘Thank Them All’ to honour the tremendous efforts of NHS staff and fundraise for the Whittington Hospital.

Fortismere pupil Mila Bogdanovic, 13, who wrote the uplifting, spirited song, said: “The kids of NHS staff are unsung heroes and they need some recognition as well.

“My friends still going into school are worrying about their parents, themselves, us. It’s so impressive.

“It made me so happy to have this little moment with friends recording the song.

Pupils from Fortismere School penning a NHS tribute. Picture: Fortismere SchoolPupils from Fortismere School penning a NHS tribute. Picture: Fortismere School

“We had a lot of fun and it was one of my favourite memories of quarantine.”

Thank Them All was recorded at BonaFideStudio where social distancing measures were followed. The song was developed with KD Performing Arts UK.

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