Droitwich High School pupils team up to write new online comedy

Worcester News: Oakland High is a sitcom produced by pupils and staff at Droitwich High School Oakland High is a sitcom produced by pupils and staff at Droitwich High School

A WORCESTERSHIRE school is at the heart of a new online sitcom.

Oakland High, the brainchild of 16-year-olds Jordan Kettle and Edward Atherton, brings staff and pupils from Droitwich High School to the big screen, acting out the key roles.

The first episode, A Corrupt Christmas, has been released on YouTube and is one of a series of episodes of the comedy, which aims to highlight issues and moral dilemmas facing teenagers.

It was written and directed by Jordan, who is a pupil at the school.

As well as watching the show on YouTube, viewers can also keep up to date with the show on Twitter by following @Oakland_High.

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