12th May 1995 at 01:00
DALTON SCHOOL, NEW YORK CITY. Founded by Helen Parkhurst, this school had early associations with Madame Montessori and Eleanor Roosevelt. It has many daughter foundations in Japan and the Netherlands, and used to have them in Britain, and for its 75th birthday celebrations would like to contact former students and staff from these schools. Details: Martin Wolferstan (ex-Dalton teacher), 01823 272664.

NATIONAL COLLEGE FOR THE TRAINING OF YOUTH LEADERS, LEICESTER. For the 25th anniversary of the closure of NCTYL, some ex-students and staff are planning a reunion, July 8-9, at "Scraptoft University", Leicester, which is booked for an overnight stay. Ex-colleagues wishing to attend should contact John Mayhew on 01375 858720 (answering machine).

BATH COLLEGE OF HIGHER EDUCATION. If you were on the Music PGCE course at Newton Park in 1982-83, you are invited to a reunion later this year in Bath.Details: Mike Orme, 01278 671742, or Trevor Wharton, 0181 6895246.

CORNWALL SCHOOL, DORTMUND, GERMANY. Former teachers and pupils are invited to contact Sharon Selman (nee Stephenson) on 01622 773265 (work) or 01622 743100 (home) who hopes to arrange a reunion in July 1996.

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