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Provision that the local area expects to be made available for children and young people with SEN.

A shared strategic vision of the outcomes we are seeking to achieve.

There is a Government scheme that temporarily increases data allowances on mobile devices for users on certain networks.

Updated guidance for the January 2021 return to schools.

31 Dec

Updated advice to all Early Years providers, Schools and Further Education providers.

Thank you to all participants for giving their time and input into the inclusive education discussion that took place last term.

KCC and HeadStart Kent are offering schools and teachers free resources from the Draw Your Own Solution campaign, which aims to help young people build resilience, particularly in the face of COVID-19 challenges.

An annual sufficiency assessment report that brings together a variety of sources to understand the demand and supply of childcare across Kent for ages 0 to 4.

A live event for Swale schools which will provide an update to schools on the restoration and new ways of working for children's health services.

Upcoming courses from Inclusion Support Service Kent.

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KCC news

Leader of Kent County Council, Roger Gough, and Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, Richard Long, have urged the Government to urgently review the funding guidance for Early Years settings during lockdown. Speaking today, Mr Long said: “On Tuesday, January 12, Kent County Council Leader Roger Gough and I wrote to Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State…

Kent County Council has issued more than 31,000 food vouchers to vulnerable families ahead of the December school holidays to help them feed their children over the festive period. The council set up a scheme last month to provide food vouchers to the families of children who are eligible to receive benefits-related Free School Meals.…

Kent County Council is supporting the Government’s targeted drive to test all of Kent’s secondary-age children, and their families, for COVID-19. The Government announced the scheme for Kent, Essex and parts of London in a bid to combat a rapid increase in cases among the 11-18 age group in these areas by identifying asymptomatic cases…

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