Scilly season

28th July 2000 at 01:00
COST-cutting plans to have one headteacher running the four primaries and one secondary on the Scilly Isles have upset locals.

Meanwhile, a former Wesleyan chapel has been turned nto a centre offering distance-learning and Internet access. It will help parents keep in contact with their children who are studying on the mainland.

News, 8; FE, III

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