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Until October 8

100 Years of the British Newspaper 1906-2006, a free exhibition at the British Library, London NW1, features a selection of front pages documenting this turbulent century. Discover how front page stories are reported on, and how and why they are selected by editors. Become a journalist for the day in an interactive virtual newsroom, using a computer terminal to experience the excitement of a newspaper office. Accompanying events include free "Breaking Stories" workshops for school groups.

Tel: 020 7412 7222

Group tours Tel: 020 7412 7639

Partnerships for study support

June 22

The Artists in Learning Trade Fair and a study support conference has been organised by Northamptonshire Council at the University of Northampton, Park Campus. The workshop programme includes personalising learning, science and engineering partnerships out of school, partnerships with artists, dance, boys writing and global learning communities. The fee is pound;60 (pound;20 students; pound;10 fair only).

Tel: 01604 236422; Email: mrixon@

Theatre workshops

June 23 and 29

Trestle Theatre Company is running teachers' sessions on teaching mask theatre (June 23) and physical theatre (June 29) at Trestle Arts Base, St Albans. The first explores mask as a tool for theatre and social development through improvisation, devising and developmental work; the second develops the skills needed to inspire students to use body, voice and mind in creating theatre. The fee per course is pound;100.

Tel: 01727 850950; Email:

Doodle 4 Google

We were so enthusiastic about the Doodle 4 Google competition that The TES is supporting ("Win a week in California" TES Teacher June 2) that we inadvertently mixed up our deadline dates. The deadline for the competition had already passed, and it was not possible to extend it so apologies to anyone who has been disappointed. Google has received more than 4,000 entries - thanks to all concerned.

Merlin John

ICT contributing editor

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