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Pirates ahoy!

Primary schoolchildren can join the pirate ship Dark Light for an hour- long, swash-buckling adventure throughout the summer term at Eureka!, the Halifax science museum for children.

In a theatre workshop, children will be encouraged to extend and develop their mapping skills and problem-solving techniques as they help the resident pirate to locate hidden treasure.

Video projection, ultra-violet lighting and special sound effects enable the children to explore the world of piracy via rough seas and dangerous terrain.

For information ring Eureka! on 01422 330012.

Exam relief

If you are struggling with exams but could do with a little light relief, Get Better Grades (Piccadilly Press, pounds 5.99) might just kill two birds with one stone.

Teenager-friendly and witty, the book teems with quizzes, mock agony aunts, cartoons and amusing advice on how to remember things, prepare properly, do well on the day and cope with nerves.

Women's work

A free professional updating course for women is available at the University of Westminster from 25 September. The 14-week course will cover CV writing, interview practice, an introduction to word processing and computing, as well as assertion skills and networking for women.

Applicants should have a degree or its equivalent, or professional experience and have been out of full-time work for at least a year.

Contact Jill Jones or Diana Wolfin at University of Westminster, London Management Centre, 35 Marylebone Road, London NWI 5LS; telephone 0171- 911 5000 ext 3061.

Wendy Berliner

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