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You’re invited to the Kent Youth Summit!

2022 editions are now available to download.

Find out how your school or college can apply for a grant and access DfE quality assured training.

Extension to deadline to register!

The latest ESFA update contains information and actions regarding the Ukraine Education Grant, the Covid-19 16 to 19 tuition fund and a survey on current and future energy tariffs.

Updates on the Reconnect E-Card, Kent's Big Writing Challenge, Exam support for KS4, HAF programme and the Reconnect Hackathon 2.

Last year, a new law was passed to cut the cost of school uniforms in England. By September, schools should have started making necessary changes to ensure uniforms are a fair price for families.

NCETM are currently recruiting for their national Maths training programmes.

HeadStart Kent invites you to share in our learning; exploring the highs and lows of managing a complex programme, which engaged and supported young people, parents, schools and community settings.

The Chairman of Kent County Council launches schools Platinum Jubilee Baking Competition.

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KCC news

Students across Kent will receive the results of their post-16 qualifications, including A-levels and the new T-levels, today. Schools and colleges will have let pupils know how to collect their results. In most instances pupils will be able to go to their school or college and collect their results in person and get advice and…

Parents of children with special educational needs or disabilities who are changing school in September or who have had a new Education, Health and Care Plan issued since March are being urged to apply for school transport without delay. Kent County Council (KCC) provides free school transport for eligible children and young people with special…

Kent County Council’s (KCC) children’s services have been rated “outstanding” by Ofsted following an inspection in May, making Kent one of the best-performing councils in the country. The Ofsted report, published today (Tuesday 5 July), records the top score in three of the four categories and “good” in the fourth, with the overall effectiveness in…

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