A top private school is under fire for an end of term video which features teachers and students recreating a school massacre.
The hour-long film includes a member of staff walking through the playground firing at pupils with a plastic machine gun. He wields the weapon as students are seen running in horror - before another tutor pretends to be shot and drops down dead.
The film even finishes with a critique from Simon Cowell. The 'Sandy Hook-style' film also features students cooking crystal meth at the £18,000-a-year Highgate School in north London.
Adam Pettitt, headmaster of Highgate, which consistently ranks among Britain's top private schools, has defended the film:
At another point in the film, a disclaimer reads "No drugs were taken", during a later segment, students are seen cooking Breaking Bad-style crystal meth.
The video, which has been posted on YouTube, also features Simon Cowell, giving the film an X Factor critique.
At the end of the video, Simon Cowell says:
Watch the video in full below.