Watch this video! Desperate measures - Sleaford schoolboys create hilarious keepy-uppie 'vid' with toilet roll on Tik Tok

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During these days and weeks of school closures and home lockdown, a number of tech-savvy teenagers from Carre's Grammar school in Sleaford have come up with a hilarious way to relieve the boredom.

In a tongue-in-cheek nod to the scenes of panic-buying of toilet roll seen up and down the country, some boys in a Year 10 form at Carre's have filmed and stitched together a number video clips of themselves doing 'keepy-uppies' with a loo roll and "passing it on" to the next person.

The talented and energetic lads performed step-overs, balances and even a back-flip, all fantastically choreographed to suitable football music using the hugely popular Tik Tok video phone app so popular among young people.

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Eventually a lad prepares use the roll for its original purpose - but all kept tasteful.

Headteacher Nick Law commented: "I think it is great and shows their sense of fun at a difficult time as well as ingenuity."

* Maybe your school can do better?

Meanwhile, another Sleaford headteacher, Stephen Tapley of William Alvey Primary School issued a desperate message via Twitter last night (Wednesday) referring to the dependability of the Sleaford Standard when all else fails.

He posted: "In the Tapley household today's Sleaford Standard has taken on a secondary, but perhaps more important 'roll' to that for which it was originally intended. Ouch. Needs must!"

The Standard replied: "Your local paper - always there for the community!"

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