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The first full bulletin of the school year from Thames Gateway Teaching School Hub (TGTSH).

The importance of regular school attendance has never been greater following the Covid-19 lockdown which caused significant disruption to the education of children and young people across the country, and the impact for families continues to be felt far and wide today.

A coproduced, youth led event showcasing the voice of autistic young people, focusing on their experiences of school and education in Kent.

All Star is Ootiboo’s first Christmas-themed competition!

We have recently launched our School Funding consultation which proposes changes to our Local Funding Formula which is used to calculate your annual School Budget.

Training videos recorded on various topics to provide a short introduction to any member of staff who are working in health, care, education and VSCE’s in NHS Kent and Medway ICB area.

The VRU are delighted to launch a strong marketing campaign called Don’t Do Nothing! This campaign is aimed at young people about being an active bystander.

Free winter reading event for children.

Anna Freud in partnership with and funded by the Department for Education have just launched a new resource hub for mental health leads on the Mentally Healthy Schools website.

Fifth edition of teaching and learning journal shares studies into best teaching practices.

Security Virus Alert

Keep your computer protected

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

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KCC news

Kent County Council (KCC) is asking for views as part of its review of our maintained special schools.

A consultation has launched seeking views on Kent County Council’s (KCC) proposed policy for supporting children and young people who miss school owing to their health or medical needs.

Exams can be a stressful time for any child, but for those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND), the challenges can be even greater.

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