Where's the credit?

7th January 2000 at 00:00
THE pupils of Pinkie St Peter's primary in Musselburgh are dis-appointed at the level of journalism in TESS. Our school was used to launch the package on financial education in Scottish schools produced by the Scottish Consultative Council on the Curriculum because it is a great example of learning business through experience.

The event was used to show the Tooty Fruit stall in action and had no relevance whatsoeer to the HMI article on page three (TESS, December 17). We would like The TESS to give our school and the SCCC credit for all the hard work we have done.

Jim Clelland Sammy McNeill Reporters from Pinkie 2000 Pinkie St Peter's primary, Musselburgh

* We can only hold our hands up and say sorry. The suggestion of any link should not have been made. Tooty Fruit is a toothsome success story. - Editor


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