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26 Mar

Updated advice to all Early Years providers, Schools and Further Education providers.

Please read the letter to all schools from the Corporate Director for Children, Young People and Education regarding the Coronavirus.

The annual Kent Scheme Pay Award effective from 1 April 2020 is now confirmed.

From the 1 April 2020 the way we deliver our property services will change.

Please read this letter to all Early Years and Childcare Settings from the Corporate Director for Children, Young People and Education regarding the Coronavirus.

On 16 March 2020 the DfE issued updated CoVID-19 guidance for schools and this included basic rules to follow in terms of recording school absences.

Please ensure that the email address that the DfE hold for your school is correct.

A roundup of the Early Years and Childcare training opportunities over the next month from The Education People.

Maidstone and Mid-Kent Mind are offering new dates for their six-week course, ‘Managing Me’, thanks to funding received from Children in Need.

Find out about the latest SEND improvements being made in the Kent SEND Newsletter for February 2020.

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KCC news

Updates and further information on the partial closure of Kent schools will be published here as it becomes available. Further details on arrangements for exams which have been cancelled to fight spread of coronavirus has been released by government, Click here for more details. Kent County Council’s Corporate Director for Children, Young People and Education,…

More than 94% of pupils will receive an offer from one of their four preferred schools this National Secondary Offer Day despite the number of families applying for places increasing by almost 1,000 in the last two years to the largest cohort ever. A total of 21,670 parents/carers applied for a place for their child…

This National Apprenticeship Week, Kent County Council is reminding employers they can get financial assistance from the Local Authority to help them take on an apprentice. As a large employer, KCC pays an apprenticeship levy to the Government and, in return, receives levy funds to spend on apprenticeships for its own new and existing staff.…

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