Loony landscape

21st June 1996 at 01:00
Assiduous collectors of Higher Still publications will have noted that the front covers are festooned with the programme's arty trademarks - sea, mountain and sky.

Norman Thompson, the head of modern studies at Wallace High in Stirling, believes he has cracked the significance. "The sea is where we're all at, the four peaks are what they're asking us to scale, and the sky is where we think the pie is."

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