Job's a beach

28th August 1998 at 01:00
NICE TO SEE a school making the most of its assets - like Rose Street primary in Sheerness, Kent. Advertising for two new teachers, the school - just coming out of special measures - lists its benefits. They include: long hours; poor teachers' pay; a room full of children; a blue flag beach; a view across the Swale to the power station and bracing sea breezes. "Can you resist this tempting offer?" they ask.

Sadly, no one was answering the school phone so the Diary is unable to reveal how many have been tempted.

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