AYF video appeals for new high school teachers

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Arran High SchoolThe young members of Arran Youth Foundations are hoping their latest video will go ‘viral’ – and Arran High School could attract new teachers to the island as a result.

The short film, created by the youth group’s film-making club, takes a cheeky look at life at the school from the pupils’ perspective and also features a series of positive interviews with current teachers.

The idea behind the clip is to promote the island to prospective teachers who may be considering a move to Arran.

Read more about it in the Arran Banner edition of January 25 2014, also available on line at www.arranbanner.co.uk/digital