23rd December 1994 at 00:00

Angela Coyle would welcome letters from working and retired British women primary teachers describing their individual career patterns and how their personal lives fit around their professional lives. She would also like to hear if women's teaching careers have been affected by career breaks. Address: co Dr D Black, School of Education, Bath University, Claverton Down Road, Bath BA2 7AY.


The Mounted Adventure Trek Into Living Dreamtime Australia has now established itself in the Outback (see TES, April 29) and will relay environmental data back to British secondary schools using sensors, data logging equipment, computers and satellite navigation equipment. Interested schools can obtain regularly updated news items about the expedition's progress and find out how to participate by dialling fax polling number, 01509 239951.


This new organisation aims to ensure teachers are represented in national debates concerning health issues, encourage the development of accredited programmes of pre- and post-qualification health education training, and attract funding to support health education in schools. Membership of Pounds 28.50 per year includes: access to free national helpline, newsletter and five copies a year of Health Education magazine. Details: ASHEC, FREEPOST BM 2942, Birmingham B32 2BR.


New London Transport Museum club for children entitles members of unlimited free entry to the museum, especially organised Saturday morning clubs. Children will learn about the history and purpose of public transport from the 19th century to the present as they drive a tube or London bus simulator and enjoy interactive role play with the museum's actors, colourful trams, buses and trains, museum trails, film shows and workshops. Fee: Pounds 5 or Pounds 10 for up to four brothers and sisters. Details: 0171 379 6344.


Culham College Institute provides details of mainstream and educational programmes on CEEFAX page 747, which are renewed every week.

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