Pupils at Tir y Berth Primary School have created and starred in a remake of the John Lewis Christmas advert.
Twenty-five Year Six pupils, aged between ten and 11 directed, filmed and edited the video.
The video, which stars Springer Spaniel Daisy – the school’s wellbeing dog – has gone viral, garnering more than 10,000 views.
Year Six teacher Jessica Jeremiah said: “We’ve had such a positive reaction. It’s really good. We’ve had lots of positive comments.
“We wanted to make an authentic literacy project with the class.
“Christmas adverts are so popular at the moment and all the children are talking about them, so we decided to make our own advert.
“We wanted to make something with a positive message. The children really connected with the message in the John Lewis advert.
“We used the resources we already had to make the video.”
Ms Jeremiah added: “The children loved it. They all had a part in filming and editing it. They’re all so chuffed.”
Speaking about Daisy the dog, Ms Jeremiah said: “The children love her.
“She’s such a well-trained dog – it was hard to get her to misbehave for the video.”
Daisy, who is two years old, has been going to the school since the summer, with Ms Jeremiah hailing the impact the Springer Spaniel has had on pupils.
“She’s really helped with the children who are harder to connect with.
“Parents have been commenting on how much their children talk about Daisy when they’re at home.
“The dog regularly visits our school and works with the children. We have seen a greater enjoyment of being in the school environment, improved attendance and a greater willingness to learn and participate.
“Daisy has also improved behaviour, social interaction and sense of responsibility in the classroom.
“Daisy is an important member of our school and the children really wanted to include her in our christmas advert.
“The children worked so hard to create this. We hope our parents and community love it as much as we do.”