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Kent Country Parks provide inspiring curriculum led education programmes for children in the great outdoors.

Schools have one last chance to showcase their amazing work and help develop child literacy across the county.

Budding young artists have a golden opportunity for their artwork to be displayed at The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge - but they must act fast.

In order to better reflect the growing autonomy of schools KCC is changing the scheme of delegation currently used for the management of educational visits and activities for maintained schools in Kent.

The ways schools use tech to develop reading, writing, speaking and listening skills of pupils now features in the Kent Literacy Awards.

Design technology, coding and science students can earn experience prizes and cash by telling panel about their project.

A roundup of what’s been making the news at Schools’ Personnel Service.

If you are signed up to the Change4Life School Zone, they’d love to find out what you think about the teaching and whole school resources they created for the Our Healthy Year and Be Food Smart campaigns.

It is important to read this article if your school is part of, or planning to be part of, a School Company.

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A record number, 97% of Kent children will be offered one of their preferred primary schools on Primary offer day 18 April. This is the highest recorded percentage achieved since coordinated primary admissions began. 16,855 children will receive a school of their preference with 15,429 being offered their first preference school, nearly a 2% improvement on…

More than 100 Secondary school pupils from schools across Kent, met together to join the ‘big conversation’ about mental health in young people. The event, hosted by Big Lottery Funded HeadStart Kent programme, gave students information on improving their mental health with workshops leading up to a big debate. Workshops with a practical element gave an…

Kent County Council is endeavouring to help tackle the shortage of particular skills in Kent business by bringing together eight employer guilds to encourage young people to work in these industries. Employers met with training colleges and schools on Tuesday 21 March to highlight the issues at a conference which was the first of its…

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