Subscriber of the week - Sheena Devlin, from Small village on outskirts of Dundee

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What do you do?

Head of education (early years and primary) in Perth and Kinross.

How long have you subscribed?

Read TESS for 24 years, subscribed for 15.

Why did you start?

To find out what was going on in the local, national and global education community, long before you could search the internet.

Who reads your copy?

Me. Then I have to look for it on the desks of colleagues after they borrow it.

What do you read first?

"This week", cover story, then jobs.

What should there be more of in TESS?

News from the classroom and youngsters' views.

What's the best thing we've done?

Change to a colour magazine.

Who would you like to see writing in TESS?

Bart McGettrick.

What is TESS?

A Friday priority, with a cup of coffee and a Tunnock's teacake.

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