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Increase in Employer Pension contributions for teachers from September 2019.

Reliable public transport to school is vital in enabling children to access education and a large proportion of pupils use buses to travel to and from school.

To improve the way children communicate across the curriculum, enabling them to become independent and skilful speakers and listeners.

Supporting transitions for vulnerable children and young people.

Maidstone and Mid-Kent Mind are delighted to be delivering another cohort of the 'Forward Thinking Females (FTF)' programme in Maidstone this April.

The University of Kent has thrown its weight behind the Kent Literacy Awards to find initiatives promoting reading, writing, speaking and listening skills.

Schools have the chance to excite the next generation of scientists by helping young people to enter the Bright Spark Awards.

Welcome to the March 2019 edition of the Wildwood Newsletter.

In March 2018, NHS England published guidance about reducing the prescribing of medicines or treatments that are available to buy over the counter.

Award winning documentary screening followed by panel discussion.

Security Virus Alert

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

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Over 97% of children across Kent will start their formal education in 2019 at a Primary school named by their parents on their application. That figure – 16,839 children in all – includes 15,450 who were offered their first preference. This takes the percentage of first-choice placements to over 89%. Roger Gough, Kent County Council’s…

Tackling the exploitation of vulnerable children and young people was at the heart of a conference in Canterbury this month. Leading experts in the field were at Canterbury College on Thursday, March 14 to raise awareness among the 180-strong audience of professionals about the varied and complex reasons why children and young people fall victim…

More than 95% of children will receive an offer from one of their four preferences after more families than ever before applied for a secondary school place in Kent. A total of 21,473 applications were received, up 3.58% on last year’s cohort, while the number of Kent applicants rose from 17,442 in 2018 to 17,959…

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