Conferences

20th June 1997 at 01:00
JULY 4 NEW DIRECTIONS IN PARTNERSHIP

Organised by Centre for Education and Industry at Scarman House, Warwick University, for those involved in business collaboration. Topics include the role of partnerships in economic and social development, and in the context of wider corporate citizenship. Workshops include: initial teacher education in partnership with business; and future developments in work experience. Fee: Pounds 125 (business), Pounds 95 (education). Details: 01203 524372.

JULY 7-9 WHOSE VALUES ... WHAT VISION?

Organised by Association of Religious Education Inspectors at Sandbanks Hotel, Poole. Speakers include: John Keast, School Curriculum and Assessment Authority RE professions officer; Frankie Sulke, Teacher Training Agency; and Geoffrey Marshall Taylor, BBC. Fee: Pounds 250, Pounds 225 members. Details: 01582 830376.

JULY 11-13 GETTING IT RIGHT FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

Organised by British Association of Advisers and Lecturers in Physical Education at Warwick University to explore the importance of successful partnerships. Speakers include: Professor Elizabeth Murdoch, Brighton University. Day two will be devoted to practical dance sessions and talks. Fee: Pounds 300, Pounds 285 members; non-residential and day rates available. Details: Linda Howe, 01823 349316.

JULY 15 SCIENCE, LANGUAGE AND LITERACY

Organised by Bilingualism, Languages and Education Network at London University (venue to be confirmed). Aimed at key stage 2-3 and primary science co-ordinators, English as a second language support teachers, science and English teachers and deputy heads. Speakers include: Anthea Millett, chief executive, Teacher Training Agency. Fee: Pounds 75. Details: Ms C Tan, 0181 883 0237 (telfax).

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