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18th May 2012 at 01:00
Lynn Taylor, writer, illustrator and teacher from Wishaw

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My role developing enterprise in North Lanarkshire requires keeping up to date with all sectors.

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I adore the pupils' artwork in Time Out, but would love to see some from primary and nursery children.

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"Building the Curriculum 4 re-launched in response to new focus on skills development".

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