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Hunt for head goes to social media

THE hunt is on for a head teacher for Mull’s high school.

The job has been vacant for a year, despite two rounds of recruiting, after the previous head teacher, Craig Biddick, left in 2016. Now Tobermory Parent Council hopes to help Argyll and Bute Council to boost its recruitment campaign, with an appeal and welcome pack on Facebook.

‘It’s a big job,’ the parent council explains, as the head teacher oversees the island’s pre-school, primary and high schools, plus ‘the future generations of Mull and citizens of the world’.

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