Pupils at a Skye primary school have received national recognition for their film-making skills.
Elgol Primary students have been praised far and wide after their latest school project, a video entry into a National Archives competition, was shortlisted in the final and achieved a commendation notice from one of the judges in the process.
Video producers and competitors were asked to display in a short one-minute video clip What Scotland Means To Me.
The school in the south of the island has a school roll of just 10 pupils with a team effort created to form the entry, as parents and pupils combined to produce the piece of work.
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Head teacher Iain Murray said: “The children are extremely proud of what they have achieved and were delighted to be able to promote the local area in their film. The community are heavily involved in the life of the school and this accomplishment is evidence of what can be achieved by working in partnership. ”
Video producer and parent Marc Smith said: “It was amazing. They were all very comfortable in front of the camera and all was grand – they just got on with it.
“Everyone was shocked a little school from Skye had managed to get to the final. Nobody was expecting it.”
Fellow parent and artist James Adams assisted the children to produce the music for the video and expressed how proud he was of their efforts.
The Skye pupils were pipped to the title by a dancing duo from Dundee and a group of poets from Glasgow. Former pupil of the school Ben Mackinnon, who now resides in Glasgow, attending the awards ceremony on their behalf.