Then there will be two sequences where the students dance in the 6th Form common room and 6th Form centre itself. A long, mid shot will be used during these sequences because there will be other students sitting at the tables working and chatting, but then once they see the two students dancing, the join in. Once all of the students start dancing in a line together, the video will cut to a mid, close up of F6 of a teacher (I'm not sure who yet) peaking their head out of the class room to see the students dancing and pulling a stern look to signify that they don't like the students dancing, this also denotes them as being the main antagonist of the video.
At a later point in the video, there will be a high angle shot of the students dancing in a line towards the bridge, where the "antagonist" teacher from F6 and two others are guarding the bridge to prevent the students from dancing any further. A low angle shot will be used during this sequence to connote the teachers' power and threat towards the students, but the the students will just dance around them with the two teachers helping the antagonist being sucked into the crowd and the antagonist screaming into the air to signify his defeat, this links in with the lyric, "We can dance if we want to, we can leave your friends behind."
The final sequence of the video will involve a high angle shot of all of the students dancing in the the two courts which belong to the Key Stage 3 students, with the two students at the top of hill near that area dancing and lip-syncing with four other students.
Here is my class pitch for the song: