Scotland rugby legend Chris Paterson has been lending his support to a school project that focuses on healthy living and sport.
The record points scorer and most capped player in Scottish rugby history visited Penicuik High School to be interviewed by some S3 pupils.
The group of six are part of the school’s involvement with the European-wide Comenius Project.
Along with students from six other European countries, the Penicuik pupils, accompanied by two staff members, will be travelling to Preddvor in Slovenia for a five-day exchange at the end of March.
The two-year project has been focusing on healthy living with a special emphasis on sport.
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