WATCH: Teachers surprise pupils with Money Supermarket spoof video

Pupils laugh and scream when they are shown the amusing 'Epic Dance-Off' clip

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Teachers used to mark their pupils’ last day at school with some well-meaning platitudes and, at most, a firm handshake. But not any more. 

Two teachers at Grove Park Primary School in Sittingbourne, Kent, have filmed their unique version of the unforgettable Money Supermarket advert, called “Epic Dance-Off”.

The advert features a dancing builder and a denim short-clad businessman, who try and better each other’s dance moves.

'The whole hall fell about'

Christopher Denney and Cameron Davidson recorded their own take on the hit TV advert to show their Year 6 pupils during assembly on their last day.

The end-of-year assembly had a Gogglebox-style theme, with the pupils having filmed parodies of TV shows, such as The Jeremy Kyle Show and EastEnders.

“In between the TV shows there were adverts and this was the surprise advert that nobody knew about,” Mr Denney told Mirror Online.

"The whole hall laughed and screamed their way through it."

Watch the video below:





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