Burning ambition

24th January 1997 at 00:00
A Glasgow secondary school in a large housing scheme close to Bearsden (any clues?) is doing its best to raise morale by highlighting quotes from pupils in the school entrance.

One lad writes: "It's really good. You get a roll and sausage and brown sauce for less than 50p."

Another sums up the curriculum content: "It's good in techy because you get to use lots of tools like hammers, drills and flame-throwers."

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