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There are four courses available on Wednesday 20 March at extremely reduced rates as Kent SACRE is covering the majority of the costs.

Scores of literacy leaders attended events in Ashford, Whitstable, Tunbridge Wells and Walderslade to launch the KM Year of Reading campaign.

The Kent Teacher of the Year Awards are looking for literacy leaders who are transforming children’s reading and writing performance.

The Schools Financial Services Newsletter for February 2019 is now available.

From Public Health England, the Sex Education Forum and Kent County Council’s Public Health Advice team.

Changes to the Kent Scheme pay and annual leave provisions.

The next round of Headteacher Briefings are taking place in March and the focus of these meetings will be announced soon.

Schools’ Personnel Service are pleased to announce that our popular Breakfast Briefings are back.

The Safeguarding and Quality Assurance Unit are seeking feedback.

NHS Kent will launch the pop-up mental health experience for Kent Primary schools on 6 March 2019.

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Do something green in 2019. That was the message sent out by Sevenoaks Primary School pupils as they helped create a wildlife pond to mark the launch of Kent Year of Green Action. Based on the government’s national Year of Green Action campaign, Kent Year of Green Action is an initiative of Kent County Council’s…

A teenager from Kent has spoken in Parliament about her own mental health struggles and the importance of involving young people in shaping and improving the services that support them. On Tuesday, February 5, four young people, from Folkestone, Ashford and The Canterbury High School, attended a Parliamentary event on the mental health of young…

Nursery children told the nativity story in a festive film as they put on a Christmas show with a difference for their proud families. Staff at Discovery Day Nursery in Park Wood, Maidstone, came up with the unique twist on the traditional festive celebration, which also saw the children using sign language while singing Christmas…

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