Conferences

26th May 1995 at 01:00
JUNE 15 EFFECTIVE USE OF DRAMA IN HEALTH EDUCATION

Organised by Daniels Publishing at Cambridge Professional Development Centre, Trumpington. Speakers include: Penny Casdagli, drama in education trainer, on "Drama as a vehicle for examining bullying and grief"; and Noel Dunne, Theatre in Health Education Trust. Fee: Pounds 85 + VAT. Details: Michael Pye, 01223 467144.

JUNE 16 AND 23 LANGUAGE AND LITERACY DEVELOPMENT UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DIFFICULTIES

Organised by George Crowther, chartered educational and clinical psychologist, at the Robens Suite, Guy's Hospital, London SE1. John Welsh, formerly staff inspector for English (ILEA), and Anne Brereton, vice-chair, British Dyslexia Association, are among the speakers at the first. Speakers at the second include: Sheila Reid, head of speech and language therapy services, Kingston NHS Trust. Fee: Pounds 90 + VAT. Details: Graham Todd, 01634 846474.

JUNE 16 LECTURERS IN ENGLISH

Organised by Network Training at Forte Crest Hotel, Nottingham, for lecturers at further education colleges. Speakers include: Anne Barnes, general secretary, National Association for the Teaching of English, and Ann Malcolm, advisory teacher (English), Shropshire. Fee: Pounds 145 + VAT. Details: Penni Blythe, 01823 353354.

JUNE 17 "THE ANGEL IN THE HOUSE": VICTORIAN IMAGES OF THE RELIGIOUS WOMAN

Symposium organised by and held at LSU College of Higher Education, Southampton. Papers will explore the often simplistic portrayal of women of faith in Victorian fiction and non-fiction. Fee: Pounds 12, Pounds 5 concessions. Details: Anne Hogan, 01703 228761.

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