Comic capers come to classroom

PIC � Sandy Young 07970 268944'Scottish Business in the Community and DC Thomson have created a 'Special Edition Beano' which will be sent to every primary school pupil in Scotland , more than 370,000 young people. Designed to highlight environmental and societal issues the comic will be sent to all primary schools in Scotland , including independent and special schools, by the end of August 2012.'PICTURED at Sighthill Primary School, Edinburgh L-R'Dennis the Menace, Adam Pearson (10) and Harriet Arthur (10) both P7 at Sighthill Primary.'www.scottishphotographer.com'sandyyoungphotography.wordpress.com'sj.young@virgin.net'07970 268 944

PIC � Sandy Young 07970 268944'Scottish Business in the Community and DC Thomson have created a 'Special Edition Beano' which will be sent to every primary school pupil in Scotland , more than 370,000 young people. Designed to highlight environmental and societal issues the comic will be sent to all primary schools in Scotland , including independent and special schools, by the end of August 2012.'PICTURED at Sighthill Primary School, Edinburgh L-R'Dennis the Menace, Adam Pearson (10) and Harriet Arthur (10) both P7 at Sighthill Primary.'www.scottishphotographer.com'sandyyoungphotography.wordpress.com'sj.young@virgin.net'07970 268 944

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DENNIS the Menace was in mischievous form as he visited Sighthill Primary School.

He caught up with ten-year-olds Adam Pearson and Harriet Arthur, both primary seven pupils, to promote a new special edition of the Beano.

The comic is being sent to every primary school in Scotland to highlight environmental and societal issues.

In total more than 370,000 young people are set to be given a copy of the special edition from publisher DC Thomson.