Events

23rd June 1995 at 01:00
JUNE 24-JULY 1. OUR TURN NOW. Live music youth event organised by Youth for Christ at Kelvin Hall International Sports Arena, Glasgow. Master of ceremonies is Dr Tony Campolo, professor of sociology at Eastern College, Pennsylvania and a popular storyteller, who once arranged a birthday party for a prostitute to demonstrate what the Church should be like. Tickets: Pounds 1, 7.30pm start. Tickets: 0141 248 4970. Details: 0141 332 5606.

JULY 1

EDUCATION MARKET PLACE FOR OUR CHILDREN

The African Caribbean Attainment Project invites interested people to a display of books, posters, crafts, clubsafter-school activities, careers and more at Ross Wyld Hall, Church Hill, Walthamstow, London E17, 11am-4pm.

JULY 1 AND SEPTEMBER 23

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LAY INSPECTORS

Meetings to introduce the aims and work of NALIS and the Office for Standards in Education to lay inspectors will be held at 2pm at St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School, Somerset Square, Bristol, and Westminster Central Hall, Storey's Gate, Westminster, London SW1. Details: 0181 668 7078.

JULY 4

SHARING PRACTICE IN EARLY YEARS

Equality Learning Centre open day and exhibition of resources for play and learning for early years' workers at London Voluntary Resource Sector Resource Centre, 356 Holloway Road, London N7, 10am-5pm. Free cr che available, 10.30-2.30 pm, bookable in advance. Music workshops, 5.15-6.30pm, will include drumming and percussion with Pato Fuentes, bookable in advance. Details: Penny Kenway, 0171 700 8127.

JULY 6

LEARNING FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

Interactive workshop on student-centred learning in Australia at the Institute of Education, Cambridge, led by Dr Donna Brandes, director of Fremantle Education Centre, Western Australia. It will include a video of Australian teachers and students using SCL; suggestions on how to implement it; and a new educational game which is sweeping Western Australia. Fee: Pounds 45. Details: 01223 69631.

JULY 6 AND 11

BASIC SKILLS IN SCHOOLS - DEVELOPING NEW INITIATIVES

Heads from secondary schools in England and Wales are invited to join a Basic Skills Agency consultation exercise to consider how to help to improve the performance of pupils who struggle with reading, writing and basic maths. Morning meetings will be held at the Park Hotel, Cardiff, and the CBI Conference Centre, Centrepoint, London W1, and there will be eight regional meetings from September. Details: Alison Isles, 0171 405 4017.

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