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Following the extension of the Brexit date to 31 October, we have updated the guidance and the FAQ to take into account the latest advice from the Government and our Resilience partners.

The Frequencies Project is a collaboration with students across the world aged between 10 to 16 years, in which canvases are installed onto school desks for students to draw on.

Ten million reasons for schools to join the popular literacy scheme Buster’s Book Club this term.

For Summer 2019.

Maidstone and Mid-Kent Mind are delighted to be partnering with a local individual to provide a flower-themed workshop and wellbeing activity for young people attending our Wellbeing Café on 25 September.

Are you looking for a meaningful and fun way to deliver and evidence the Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural curriculum at your school?

It's not too late to have your say in how we address climate change and air quality in Kent. The consultation ends on Monday 23 September 2019.

The safeguarding newsletter is distributed three times each year to update staff on safeguarding and child protection matters.

Managing allegations relating to the children’s workforce and the County LADO Service.

2019 is the Kent Year of Green Action. To mark this occasion, Kent County Council is inviting Key Stage 4 young people to take part in a competition to design the Kent Invicta Award for 2019.

Security Virus Alert

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

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Schools in Kent are now able to apply for a Kent School Award for Resilience and Emotional Wellbeing, which recognises and celebrates everything they do to support young people’s emotional wellbeing through the whole school approach. The first two schools to succeed in their application are Homewood School in Tenterden and Westlands School in Sittingbourne.…

The Give an Hour campaign is reaching out to businesses to give an hour of their time to introduce young people to the world of work. This initiative is delivered as part of the Enterprise Adviser Network (EAN), which is funded nationally by The Careers & Enterprise Company and locally by The West Kent Partnership,…

A Kent County Council employee has won a national award for his plan to tackle the educational impact of child poverty during the school summer holidays. Rob Comber, a Service Development Manager in the council’s Children, Young People and Education directorate, was crowned winner of the 10th annual LGA (Local Government Association) Local Government Challenge…

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