Watch Jordan's long journey to school
Press Packer Jordan uses three types of transport to get from his home to school.
He has to use a bike, a ferry and a minibus to attend classes. Here's his story.
"I come from a small island named Egilsay.
I just amuse myself by fishing, sailing, crabbing and running around.
First Jordan gets on his bike
Each day I wake up, make my packed lunch and set off for my journey to school.
I bike down to the pier and then I catch a ferry called Eynhallow to another island called Rousey.
I have to get the boat to school.
I prefer to go to school on Rousey because if I went to the school on my own island I would have no-one to play with.
When I get to Rousey I catch the minibus to the actual school.
When I get there all my friends are already hard at work because I get there later than them.
When all the other children leave school I stay behind a bit longer to catch up with what I have missed.
After I finish all my school work I get back on the minibus which takes me down to the pier.
Then I get on the Eynhallow and that takes me back home to my island, Egilsay."
Jordon, 11, Egilsay, Orkney Islands
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