BRUCE CAMPBELL introduces an up-to-date report for naturalists
R. S. R. FITTER , from Nairobi, at the International Nature Conservation Congress
PROFESSOR G. C. VARLEY on the Royal Entomological Society's symposium
J. E. LOUSLEY on rarep orchids
Also the latest from the bird observatories, comment on the rare Stilt Sandpiper, a report on the newest techniques of bat identification, and recordings sent by listeners
R. S. R.
Professor G. C.
The Child at School
A group of programmes about some difficulties which may only show when a child has started school t 5: School Phobia
Refusal to go to school is not the same as ' playing truant.' Children stay at home, with the knowledge of their parents, for reasons usually rooted in some form of anxiety.
A PSYCHIATRIST who has made a special study of ' ' school-phobic children '
THE HEADMASTER of a mixed Junior School
THE HEADMASTER of a Boys' Secondary Modern School
A PROFESSOR OF CHILD HEALTH
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