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10 June (England)

Deadline for Let Teachers SHINE competition

Teachers with an idea to improve the literacy or numeracy of disadvantaged pupils can win up to #163;15,000 each to make their project a reality in their own school. The competition is open to any qualified teacher working in England with students aged up to 18. Download an application form from www.shinetrust.org.uk

13 June (Plymouth)

Teachmeet Hele's

Hele's School, Plympton, Plymouth, 4.15-6.15pm

A classic, free Teachmeet event where teachers can give five- or two-minute presentations on subjects including "Gazing down the ski-slope - taking risks and learning to figure stuff out". For more details, visit http:bit.lyIV99yd

14 June (West Sussex)

Teachmeet Durrington

Durrington High School, Worthing, West Sussex, 5-8pm

A standard Teachmeet, with 12 teachers giving short talks on approaches they have tried that work in the classroom. Presentations arranged include one entitled "The successful behaviour manager's little box of tricks comes alive". Visit http:bit.lyKcEPCZ.

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