Subscriber of the Week - Julie Johnston, home economics probationer at Beath High in Cowdenbeath

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How long have you subscribed to TESS?

Two weeks.

Why did you start?

To have paper copies so that I could read them when I wanted. Also, the TESS resources are excellent, I wanted to keep up-to-date with what's happening in education, and I need to look for employment for next year.

What do you read first?

The hot topics in education, then I look for jobs.

What should there be more of in TESS?

Information on what's happening in other home economics departments in Scotland.

What would you be excited to see on the front page?

The pupils in my new sports nutrition cooking club, the Winning Ingredient. It will link in with the 2012 Olympics and our own triathlon Olympic event in June.

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