11th July 1997 at 01:00

For part of his third-year BEd work, Paul Quirk is considering the practicalities of the proposi-tion for integration into main-stream schools of those children with a hearing or sight disability. Can anyone offer titles of approp-riate books or organisations? Address: 25 Maxton Road, Liver-pool L6 6BJ, tel: 0151 260 1514.


For more information send SAE to: Forest School Camps, The Paddocks, Enborne Street, Newbury RG20 OJP.


An award of Pounds 1,000 is available for the joint objectives of promoting UKoverseas school linking (but not to pay for pupil exchanges) and the production of education materials relating to environment and development issues. Application forms and details: Sarah King, education department, World Wide Fund for Nature, 01483 426444.

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