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On 10 October 2017 the Race Disparity Audit was published.

We're excited to announce the SPS photography competition is back.

Schools are still in the running to join a successful green travel project for free - all they need to do is register their interest.

Schools signing up for Super Wow (Walk on Wednesday) will have the chance to win prizes including a storyteller visit from rugby legend Catherine Spencer.

Schools Financial Services newsletter May 2018 edition.

Pupil list file will be available to download this week.

Are you struggling to recruit Maths and/or Physics teachers?

Amendment to the Scheme for Financing Schools and changes to the Guidance for Schools in Financial Difficulty.

HSBC UK Disability Hub at Cyclopark in Kent has monthly sessions delivered by British Cycling coaches, open to all ages.

How employees access employee benefits?

Security Virus Alert

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

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Children splashed in water, played in sand, and enjoyed the great outdoors as their new eco-friendly nursery was declared officially open. Abacus Nursery and Childcare Limited in New Romney, which is rated Outstanding by Ofsted, first opened its doors in 2005 with just six members of staff and only 20 places available per session. Staff…

More than 97% of children across Kent will start their formal education in 2018 at one of their chosen Primary schools. 15,426 families were offered their first preference school, which accounts for almost 90% of all applications. As a result, the fewest number of families ever will be allocated a school they did not name,…

More than 100 secondary school pupils from schools and colleges across Kent met together to join the ‘Big Conversation’ about mental health in young people on Wednesday, March 21. The event, organised by Big Lottery Fund-supported HeadStart Kent, gave students information on improving their mental health, with workshops leading up to a big debate. Workshops…

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