Positive altitude

15th October 2004 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Positive altitude: Devon-based primary supply teachers Deb Clarke (left) and Jim Weir, pictured skydiving over Empuriabrava, Spain. Ms Clarke said:

'Part-time teaching gives us flexibility to train for competitions. We have had nothing but support from the schools where we teach, and children love it when we bring in our equipment and video footage of us in the air. It makes for great science and PE lessons.'

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