JUNE 22, JULY 6. SIXTH FORM VISITING DAYS
At Bishop Grosseteste College, Lincoln. Details: College registry, 01522 527347.
JUNE 23-JULY 9. CELEBRATION 25
Toot Hill Comprehensive School, Nottingham is celebrating its 25th anniversary with concerts, a music and drama production (The Devil You Know) about William Booth of the Salvation Army, a fashion show, a dance, an outdoor It's a Knockout event, and a reunion at 7pm on July 8. Details: Mike Hodgkins, 01949 838641.
JUNE 24. NUTRITION AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
British Nutrition Foundation seminar at New Connaught Rooms, London WC2, which will examine the Government's Health of the Nation initiative. Topics include: the National Association of Teachers of Home Economics' role in food education, and "Food and nutrition in the whole curriculum" by Flo Hadley, HMI. Fee: Pounds 30.55, Pounds 25.85 NATHE members. Details: 0171 404 6504.
JUNE 25. SOUTHWARK PAGEANT
To celebrate the 375th anniversary of the Mayflower's departure from Rotherhithe to the New World, there will be an American heritage section involving descendants of the first settlers. The procession includes a cavalcade celebrating Southwark's history since Roman times, and will start and finish at Hay's Galleria, London SE1. Family events will take place at the Galleria. Details: 0171 407 5911.
JUNE 27. EMOTIONAL PROCESSES IN CLASSROOM AND SCHOOL
Lecture organised by Forum for the Advancement of Educational Therapy and Therapeutic Teaching at the Tavistock Clinic, 120 Belsize Lane, London NW3. It will be given by Eileen Orford, consultant child psychotherapist. Admission: Pounds 4, Pounds 2 members. Details: Heather Geddes, 01404 850329. FAETT enquiries: 0181 998 4224 (evenings).
JULY 4-8. WELSH NATIONAL OPERA
WNO's second season at the Birmingham Hippodrome includes: Mozart's Cosi Fan Tutte, Verdi's La Traviata, and Richard Strauss's Electra. Tickets: Pounds 15-Pounds 39. Box office: 0121 622 7486.