‘Pupils suffering’ in school staffing crisis
A STAFFING crisis at a north-east secondary school is hitting pupils’ education, it was claimed last night.
Parents have complained that a teacher shortage at Fraserburgh Academy has meant youngsters have gone without proper supervision during lessons.
In some cases, classes were left to watch a film on DVD or told to fill in a simple exercise sheet.
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