Go to work on an egg

13th April 2001 at 01:00
NEW recruits to a Kent comprehensive are being lured with what must rank as one of the most unusual incentives ever. In an advert in this week's Easter edition of The TES, Brockhill Pak school, Hythe, promises not only a relocation package and lap-top computer but "free eggs from our splendid chickens". The 1,300-pupil school runs a farm on its premises.

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