UNTIL OCTOBER 31
Britain's largest cinema screen at the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, Pictureville, Bradford, is showing: Yellowstone (an exploration of the United States' famous national park), Flower Planet (a fantasy world created by 300 artists), The Journey Inside (an adventure inside a computer for children) and Destiny in Space (sequences of the Hubble Space Telescope mission and the creation of a fantasy city on the planet Mars).
For details of discounted schools' performances, tel: 01274 727488.
MAY 9-JUNE 8
FESTIVAL OF JEWISH ARTS AND CULTURE
The best of Jewish theatre, comedy, music, talks, exhibitions, workshops and play-readings presented by the Soho Theatre Company at the Cockpit Theatre, Gateforth Street, London NW8. The programme includes: The Yiddish Trojan Women about four women fighting for success, men, survival and forgiveness; storytelling with the Besht Tellers; and Neil Simon's They're Playing Our Song with music by Marvin Hamlisch. Details and tickets from box office: 0171 402 5081.
OUTDOOR YOUTH WORK - THE STATE OF THE ART!
Study weekend organised by National Association for Outdoor Education at Charlotte Mason College, Ambleside, Cumbria to bring teachers and youth workers up to date with current requirements and good practice. Fee: Pounds 75, Pounds 60 members. Details: 01768 865113.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of teacher education at the University of Hertfordshire (formerly Wall Hall College), past staff and education students are invited to a disco and buffet at College Lane, Hatfield.
Tickets are available from Dr Mary Thornton: 01707 284022.
PREPARING AND PRESENTING YOUR CASE
Third in a series of seminars organised by Education Law Association at The Wellcome Trust, 183 Euston Road, London NW1, 1.30-5 pm. Topics: key principles of staff disciplinary hearings, and appeals against decisions to uphold the exclusion of pupils. Speakers: Elaine Maxwell LLB, and Richard Gold, solicitor. Fee: Pounds 75, Pounds 40 members, Pounds 30 schools and voluntarycharitable organisations. Details: Sue Gold, 0181 445 6747.
NATIONAL EPILEPSY WEEK
The British Epilepsy Association's annual fund-raising week marks its 45th anniversary with a campaign asking what has changed in schools since 1950 and asking whether teachers cope any better today than they did 45 years ago. It culminates on May 21 with a sponsored "Walk to beat epilepsy". Details: 0113 243 9393.
ADULT LEARNERS' WEEK
Open days, "tasters" events and award ceremonies at colleges, adult education organisations and Training and Enterprise Councils across the UK co-ordinated by NIACE, the National Organisation for Adult Learning. Themes include: learning, work and young adults; performing passions; and Europe and the world. National helpline number (until May 26): 0800 100900. Details: NIACE, 21 De Montfort Street, Leicester LE1 7GE.