A TEACHER at one of the most northerly schools on mainland Britain could get paid more than £50,000 to teach just four kids.
Candidates for the position in the Scottish Highlands are urged to “think outside the box” and make full use of the area for their lessons.
The full-time post is at Durness Primary School in Sutherland — the most north-westerly mainland village in the UK.
A council spokesman explained: “We are looking for a dedicated, passionate teacher who loves working in a forward-thinking, exciting and engaged community.
“With only four pupils on the roll, we are looking for a teacher that loves to think outside the box and will use the rural landscape to inspire young people.”
A salary of between £32,217 and £48,516 is on offer along with a remote allowance of £3,237 a year.
There is also a “comprehensive” relocation package worth up to £6,500.
Those interested can apply online for the post until January 22.
Durness, on the NC500 road route, was a holiday spot of a young John Lennon.