Conferences

13th September 1996 at 01:00
OCTOBER 12 EDUCATION INTO THE NEW MILLENNIUM Organised for governors by Essex School Governors Association at The Coach House, Great Saling. Speakers include: Elizabeth Passmore, leader of school support and development team, OFSTED. Workshops include: setting targets; what makes a good action plan; and current developments in GNVQs. The event is sponsored by Holmwood Insurance Services. Lunch and refreshments: Pounds 3.50. Details: Hilary Mumford, 27 Goldcrest Close, Longridge Park, Colchester CO4 3FN.

OCTOBER 12 MANAGING READING IN THE CLASSROOM: KEY STAGE 1-2 Organised by UK Reading Association at Edge Hill College, Ormskirk, and led by Mick Waters, principal lecturer in primary education, Lancaster University. Fee: Pounds 9, Pounds 7 members, Pounds 4 students. Details: Brenda Clarke, 37 Leyfield Road, West Derby, Liverpool L12 9EY.

OCTOBER 15 TRANSITION TO ADULTHOOD Barnardo's annual conference at the Palace Hotel, Manchester, on education, training, employment and benefits for young people which coincides with the publication of a report of the same title and of a Young People's Charter. Speakers include: Gill Jones, centre for family research, Cambridge University; Michael Jarman, director of child care, Barnardo's, and Olivia Grant, chief executive, Tyneside Training and Enterprise Council. Fee: Pounds 60 plus VAT. Details: 0181 550 8822 ext. 363.

OCTOBER 16 THE IMPOSSIBLE CHILD: IS THERE AN ANSWER?

Organised by Hyperactive Children's Support Group at St Mary Abbots Church Hall, Kensington, London SW7, 9.15-4.30pm, plus evening conference, 5.30-8.30pm. Conference speakers will share their researches on various therapies for treating hyperactivity and explain how good nutrition and osteopathy can help. Fee: Pounds 21.50, Pounds 17.50 members, lunch Pounds 6; Pounds 5.50 evening session. Details: HACSG, 01903 725182.

OCTOBER 18 "GOODNIGHT CHILDREN EVERYWHERE": EVACUATION IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR Organised by and held at the Imperial War Museum to link up with its "Evacuees" exhibition. Aimed at teachers from key stage 2 to college level. Lecturers include Dr Martin Parsons, Reading University, and Stephen Davies, a psychologist, and there will be a panel discussion with former evacuees, including the author Lynne Reid-Banks. Fee: Pounds 5. Details: 0171 416 5000.

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