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The Leney Travelling Awards are available for students who are thinking of taking a gap year and are undertaking a humanitarian project overseas.

A one day conference aimed at sixth form students and teachers who want to know more about careers in the digital world.

Maidstone and Mid-Kent Mind are delighted to be offering Youth Counselling in Kent.

The child protection newsletter is now produced six times a year to inform and update staff on safeguarding and child protection matters.

Victor baroness mobile hot cupboard HC40MS. Still has one year left on the guarantee. Excellent condition but now surplus to requirements. £750.

Meal or food compartment trays for sale size - 38cm x 28cm. Stackable and ideal for school lunches.

“Schools should, wherever possible, stay open in severe weather. They play a key role in their communities and by staying open help both their pupils and parents.” - Department for Education

This update covers Single Point of Access, Whole School Approach and Resilience Toolkit, Screening and NCMP, The Lancaster Model, Partnership agreements, ChatHealth, GDPR and DBS.

There’s still time to record incidents online from the last academic year.

Top walk-to-school schemes will be among the projects honoured at the Green School Awards 2020 which are now open for entry.

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A third school has been recognised with a Kent School Award for Resilience and Emotional Wellbeing in celebration of the support it offers its young people. St John’s Catholic Comprehensive School in Gravesend was successful in its application and received the Award from Kent County Council’s Cabinet Member for Children, Young People and Education, Roger…

The wait is almost over for the 16,207 children who sat the Kent Test in September, as they will find out whether they have been assessed as being eligible for a grammar school place this afternoon. Families who registered online will be sent an email from Kent County Council after 4pm today (Thursday, October 17)…

More than 20 members of Kent County Council’s staff have attended an awards ceremony to celebrate completing apprenticeships. A total of 22 employees, of varying ages and from different KCC directorates, were presented with certificates by KCC Leader Paul Carter at Village Hotel Maidstone on Thursday (October 10). This is the second year the council…

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