22nd November 1996 at 00:00
ENDANGERED SPECIES EDUCATION WORKSHOPS Tusk Force has been running free key stage 2-3 workshops in Kent and Surrey schools and is keen to arrange others around the UK. Talks can be linked to any or all of the following subjects: English, maths, art, geography, biology, science, and personal and social education. Details: Sarah Cross, regional education coordinator, 0181 743 8855.

ERYTHROPOIETIC PROTOPORPHYRIA A 12-year-old girl in a Flintshire mainstream school has the above acute disease, which causes severe problems when the skin is exposed to light. At present her local education authority is "experimenting" with a number of options to protect her. If anyone has experienced a similar problem, would they contact: Trevor Payne, special schools liaison officer, Flintshire LEA, County Hall, Mold CH7 6ND.

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