Events;Noticeboard

5th June 1998 at 01:00
JUNE 6-10: EDUCATION ON THE HOOF

Travellers will be converging on the 250-year-old Appleby Horse Fair in Westmorland, Cumbria, and representatives from 18 local education authority traveller services are manning an education stand providing information and activities for traveller children. The team is also running courses for teachers and interested professionals to raise awareness and alert them to traveller education resources. Details: Linda Walker, 01606 557328.

JUNE 13: OPEN DAY

Displays in several subject areas and sessions on tuition fees and adult education will be on offer to prospective students at Goldsmiths College, London SE14. Plus alumnus get-together, traditional gala day with live music, children's games and other entertainment. Free admission but booking essential. Details: Chris Davis, 0171 919 7040; e-mail: open-day@gold.ac.uk; website: www.gold.ac.ukstudyopen JUNE 13-21: BA (HONS) DESIGN STUDIES DEGREE SHOW

The work of 25 student designers from Goldsmiths College, London University, will be shown at 146 Brick Lane, London E1, 10am-8pm. Free admission. Details: 0171 919 7777.

JUNE 13-JULY 18: PRIMARY PRINTS

Imaginative printmaking from the region's primary schools will be exhibited at Herne Bay Museum and Gallery, Kent. Free admission. Details: Brian Stewart, 01227 452747.

JUNE 16: APPEAL: 1997 A-LEVEL ENGLISH LITERATURE

The Independent Appeals Authority for School Examinations will hear this appeal at Newcombe House, 45 Notting Hill Gate, London W11, at 10am.

Open to the public. Details: 0171 243 9245.

JUNE 18: FOUR PILLARS OF A WORLD CLASS EDUCATION SERVICE

Lecture by Professor Michael Barber of the Standards and Effectiveness Unit, Department for Education and Employment, with a response by Charles Handy. Organised by the Demos think-tank and sponsored by the National Association for Head Teachers at Church House, Great Smith Street, London SW1, 5.30pm for 6pm. Details: Debbie Porter, 0171 353 4479.

JUNE 19: SCHOOL COUNSELLING PROJECT

Open day at Thamesmead Community College, Erith, Kent, marking the end of the SCP's first three years. Speakers include: Christine Salter, principal education psychologist and head of special educational needs, Bexley. Details: Juliet Bourne, 0181 310 6570. Project reports are pound;2.50 each from: Thamesmead Family Service Unit, 2 Maran Way, Erith, Kent DA18 4BP.

JUNE 20: DAMIAN LUNDY MEMORIAL LECTURE

The inaugural memorial lecture on "Young people owning their religious formation: changing roles of Catholic schools" will be given by Professor Dr Herman Lombaerts, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium, at Cardinal Newman School, Birmingham, 11am. Details from The Catholic Association of Teachers, Schools and Colleges (J Hughes), 01429 273790.

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