Conferences

27th October 1995 at 00:00
NOVEMBER 9 ASIAN AND CARIBBEAN STUDENTS INTO THE TEACHING PROFESSION.

Organised by Bradford and Ilkley Community College at Pennington Midland Hotel, Bradford. Participants welcome from secondary schools, sixth form colleges, careers service and initial teacher training providers. Fee: Pounds 20. Details: Sajda Currah, 01274 753473.

NOVEMBER 11 BEYOND NATURALISM 2 Organised by and held at the Holborn Centre for the Performing Arts, Three Cups Yard, Sandland Street, London WC1. Another opportunity for performing arts lecturers and teachers to work with some of the country's most innovative theatre-makers including Debbie Issitt, directorwriterperformer (Snarling Beasties), and Ian Spink, writerdirectorchoreographer (Second Stride). Fee: Pounds 75. Details: 0171 306 5827.

NOVEMBER 16 MANAGING TOURISM: EDUCATION AND REGULATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY Symposium at Commonwealth Institute, Kensington High Street, London W8. Speakers include: Jonathan Porritt, consultant and environmentalist. Fee: Pounds 115. Details: Umaya Aafjes, education section, 0171 603 4535.

NOVEMBER 17-18 THE EFFECTIVE SMALL SCHOOL Organised by National Small Schools' Forum at the Crown Hotel, Scarborough. Speakers include: Michael Stark, head of school effectiveness division, Department for Education and Employment. Includes AGM. Fee: Pounds 120, Pounds 65 non-residential (Pounds 5 reduction for members). Details: John Thorpe, 01723 362392.

NOVEMBER 20 EDUCATION 2010 Leadership development programme for senior staff and governors in schools, colleges and LEAs organised by Bradford Education at Bankfield Hotel, Bingley. Speakers: Professors Brent Davies and John West-Burnham, Humberside University. Workshops include: the multi-media classroom, better reading, and the Internet - implications for teaching and learning. Fee: Pounds 50 non LEA members. Details: Gaynor Smith, 01274 493535.

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