7th November 1997 at 00:00

Bathurst School, built in 1830, was the first primary school to be established in South Africa, and has about 100 multiracial and multilingual pupils, who speak and write English well. Its deputy head, Wendy Price, is keen to set up links with an English primary school (penfriends, exchanges of art work and the like). Details: John and Herta Deverill, 01420 83146 (telfax).


Experts on the South American educational market are wanted to take part in a seminar on December 3. Please fax J H Allen Management Consultants on 01564 822181 or e-mail:

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