Conferences;Noticeboard

22nd January 1999 at 00:00
FEBRUARY 11

CITIZENSHIP: MODELS OF GOOD PRACTICE

Organised by Network Training at Forte Posthouse, Kensington, London SW7, for senior secondary staff responsible for managing the curriculum. Speakers include: Professor Bernard Crick, chair, advisory group on citizenship in schools; and John Keast, principal subject officer for religious education, Qualifications and Curriculum Authority. Fee: pound;185 plus VAT. Details: Roy Pumfrey, 01823 353354.

FEBRUARY 25

NEW OPPORTUNITIES FORSUMMER LEARNING

Organised by Education Extra and Tower Hamlets Summer University at Regent's Park College, London NW1. Speakers include: Professor Ted Wragg, Exeter University; Vanessa Potter, New Opportunities Fund; and Rob Smith, Department for Education and Employment. It will explore how successful programmes can be set up, funded and maintained. Fee: pound;110, pound;80 members, voluntary organisations, schools. Details: Julia Humphreys, 0181 983 1061.

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