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GEN² who act on behalf of KCC as Managing Agent on all property matters are running a day of statutory compliance training starting with Asbestos and Fire in the morning; and Water Hygiene in the afternoon.

We are consulting on our draft three year strategy for LRA and our proposal to tier libraries and review opening hours.

A leading children’s educational charity has teamed up with the KM Group to make 2019 a year of reading.

This consultation will run for 6 term-time weeks, closing on Friday 25 January 2019.

Details of the free offer to Kent schools and Early Years and childcare providers from The Education People on behalf of Kent County Council.

Primary and Secondary schools can nominate any project - from litter picking to a kitchen garden - to win a prize and inspire students to go green.

Is the new Our Healthy Year wallchart on your classroom wall yet?

Advice from Public Health England on the General Data Protection Regulation and school health data collections.

From Seal CE Primary School.

The next round of Headteacher Briefings are taking place in November and December.

Security Virus Alert

Keep your computer protected

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

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Pupils, families, staff and special guests marked the opening of a new £1.9m building at The Craylands School with singing and the ceremonial passing of a giant pair of scissors. The brand-new block will allow the Swanscombe school to expand from a 1FE (form of entry) primary school to a 2FE one. The two-storey building,…

Kent Supported Employment, part of the Specialist Employment Service in The Education People, has been awarded Team of the Year at the British Association for Supported Employment (BASE) annual, national conference. The service supports over 200 new clients per year in seeking, finding and sustaining employment using the supported employment model; working closely with employers…

Having a furry, four-legged member of staff with a friendly wagging tail makes school extra enjoyable for children, but it also has huge benefits in terms of youngsters’ development. Maypole Primary School in Dartford is one of a growing number of schools across Kent, and indeed the country, that is realising the benefits of introducing…

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