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During 2023 three children were tragically killed, injured or suffered life changing injuries from being on the railway tracks across the railway network.

Ahead of half-term, NHS Kent and Medway is encouraging parents and carers to download the NHS toolkit for five to 11-year-olds.

Please share with parents and carers of children with SEND in your school or setting.

This Sway briefing document contains a wealth of information and signposting for safer internet usage.

Important information regarding the 2024-25 price changes for The Education People’s services.

Free #SaferInternetDay Challenge for schools to share with families in advance of half-term.

It is a legal requirement that the SACRE publish an Annual Report to inform relevant parties, including schools, of the advice that SACRE has given to the Local Authority and of the actions taken to support RE and Collective Worship in schools using the Agreed Syllabus.

The Child Exploitation Intelligence Portal (eIntel) was relaunched in November 2023 following some updates to the functionality.

The KCC Safer Road User Team would like to bring to your attention the new free Road Sense sessions that they offer for years 7, 9 and 11.

A&S Landscape supports schools across the UK by donating second-hand, overstocked and end of the line equipment to schools.

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 is making progress in all areas of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) services that required improvement, a recent visit from the Department for Education (DfE) and NHS England has found.

The artistic talents of a six-year-old girl from Canterbury are being seen across the county and further afield.

Proposals to improve support and outcomes for children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) by securing closer co-operation within local clusters of schools are outlined in a consultation recently launched by Kent County Council.

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