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You can play your part in helping to tackle the terrorist threat facing the UK.

This is a competition for teams of four students aged 14-17. Subjects include consumer law, managing money, food and health, safety and the environment.

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

The March 2017 Headteacher meeting presentation is now available.

It is a requirement of all schools who receive the Primary School Sports Premium Funding to have a clear breakdown of how their funding is being spent. This must be updated yearly and available on the school's website by the 1 April.

Bore Place is busy this season with events for all ages, including some new ones we hope you’ll enjoy.

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

"Together, we can tackle child abuse" is a Government campaign to raise awareness and encourage members of the public to report child abuse and neglect.

The Education Funding Agency (EFA) is to start a national data collection programme which will collect information on the physical condition of schools in England.

Beep Beep Days are a great opportunity for Early Years educators to introduce children to road safety basics, with fun activities and resources provided by Brake.

Security Virus Alert

Keep your computer protected

Important information for schools to protect your computer from the current virus threat.

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KCC news

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…

Leader of Kent County Council (KCC), Paul Carter CBE, has used National Apprenticeship Week (6-10 March) to launch a major new campaign to encourage Kent employers to double the number of apprentices in Kent. Speaking to business leaders at a “Made in Kent” launch event held at the Shepherd Neame Brewery in Faversham today (Tuesday),…

Again this year, more children than ever have applied for a place in a Kent secondary school, with 19,442 applications received, an increase of 645 since 2016. Roger Gough, KCC’s Cabinet Member for education and health reform, said: “As we predicted, this has proved Kent’s most challenging year due to record numbers of applicants. “In spite of the…

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