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Fire Safety, Water Hygiene and Asbestos Workshops in October and February.

Little Troopers, the military children’s charity, has released a series of free resources to encourage secondary schools to regularly bring together pupils aged 11+ who have parents serving in the British Armed Forces.

The latest newsletter from Kooth, county wide Mental Health service for 10 to 25 year olds.

A new campaign is underway to remind young people of the sexual health services available in Kent and encourage them to ask the experts if they have concerns and questions.

We welcome your participation in this consultation and would also be very grateful if you could cascade the information to those you work with.

Key information for Kent Schools.

A new challenge designed to encourage children to keep active, learn new skills and reconnect with family and friends.

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.

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

Shellina Prendergast, Kent County Council’s Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, said: “My colleagues and I would like to send our very best wishes to Kent pupils who are taking the Kent Test today (Thursday, September 9) as well as children from outside the county who will be sitting it over the weekend. I know…

More than 150,000 children and young people have already been able to enjoy free bus travel in Kent this summer and there’s still time for anyone who hasn’t taken advantage of this unique offer to pick up a pass. The scheme, the only one of its kind in England, was made possible after 14 bus…

Pupils across Kent will be collecting GCSE and other results today. In a joint statement, Kent County Council’s Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, Shellina Prendergast, and Director of Education, Christine McInnes, said: “On behalf of everyone at Kent County Council, we would like to say a huge congratulations to all pupils in Kent who will…

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