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KCC are pleased to announce will continue to offer the six-part programme for Teen Road Users, this is open to all Kent secondary schools.

The latest newsletter from Kent’s Virtual School for Children in Care and Young Care Leavers.

The Prevent Education Officer Newsletter for July 2021.

Information for sharing with parents, accessing Reconnect discount voucher for pupils entitled to FSM, Leisure Centre and Bus Pass offers, and more.

An update from Councillor Shellina Prendergast, KCC Cabinet Member for Education and Skills on Pupil Premium Funding and the post-16 landscape.

We are aware that some test kits for Orient Gene ATS testing have the incorrect instructions for use inside the box.

A message from the Kent and Medway NHS CCG.

Still time to sign up for the award-winning Active Wow and excite pupils about adopting healthier habits and arriving at school alert and ready to learn.

Schools that are excellent at energy saving, great at gardening, or super at road safety can have their work recognised in the Green School Awards 2021.

Now is the perfect time to support child literacy and register for the phenomenally successful home-reading scheme Buster’s Book Club.

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Children and young people in Kent will be given free bus travel and offered discounted leisure centre passes as businesses, organisations and members of the community unite with Kent County Council to launch a programme of fun activities and learning opportunities for the school summer holidays. The summer activities are part of Reconnect: Kent Children…

Parents and carers whose children may be eligible to receive benefits-related Free School Meals are being urged to apply for them ahead of the upcoming summer school holidays, even if their child is in Years R, 1 or 2. The Government recently announced that it was extending its grant funding until September to allow local…

Shellina Prendergast, Kent County Council’s Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, has sent the following letter to The Rt Hon Gavin Williamson CBE MP, Secretary of State for Education, urging the Government to commit more funding to support the education of disadvantaged pupils who have been disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.   Dear Secretary…

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