Pupils from every school on Sheppey have appealed for teachers to come and work at the Island's schools.
Boys and girls from The Island School collaboration have starred in a short film to show what working and living on the Island is like in an attempt to change people's perceptions about the area and, as a result, recruit more teachers.
The collaboration of 12 schools is made up of the 10 primaries based on Sheppey, along with St Peter's Catholic Primary in Sittingbourne and the Island's Oasis Academy.
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VIDEO: Pupils from 12 schools star in short film to find new teachers
Steve Davies, chairman of the collaboration, said: "The Isle of Sheppey is a wonderful place to come and work. It is full of history, wonderful landscapes and children who are eager to learn.
"As a collaboration of schools we work very closely together to ensure that all teachers, whether new to the profession or more experienced, are encouraged and enabled to continually develop their professional skills and knowledge.
"We spend a large amount of our collaborative funding on training for staff and have been able to bring in excellent facilitators who are widely respected both locally and nationally.
"We do therefore, actively promote and implement our mission statement: Together we are better. But you don’t have to listen to me, just watch the video and hear it directly from our wonderful children."
The schools involved in the making of the video were: Eastchurch Primary; Halfway Houses Primary; Minster Primary; Queenborough Primary; Richmond Primary; Rose Street Primary; St Edward's Catholic Primary; St George's Primary; Thistle Hill Primary; West Minster Primary; the Oasis Academy and St Peter's Catholic Primary in Sittingbourne.
The three-minute film features schoolchildren talking about the history of Sheppey and what they like about living there, as well as teachers describing how they feel about working and living on the Island.
The video starts at St Peter's Catholic Primary with pupils jumping on a minibus and travelling to Sheppey, showing some stunning shots of the crossings and surrounding landscape.
It ends with a hall full of pupils shouting the collaboration's motto: "Together we're better."
Speaking about the collaboration, which is in its third year and supported by Kent County Council, cabinet member for education Cllr Roger Gough, said it was proving to be successful.
He said: "There is a climate of trust and support across all the schools, with colleagues both supporting each other and acting as critical friends.
"This is helping to further strengthen provision, raise achievement and aspiration for the Island communities."
The video follows a similar version put together by West Minster and Rose Street primary schools in Sheerness last February, whereby pupils appealed directly for teachers to work at their schools.
As a result, three new teachers were recruited and the aim of the new video is to find "keen and enthusiastic" teachers to fill a number of vacancies within The Island School collaboration in September.