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Employers have a moral, legal and economic responsibility to monitor their accident and incident trends and to use the data to analyse future health and safety improvements that may be required.

The Healthy Start Scheme provides families on a low-income with funds for fruit, veg, milk and/or formula, worth up to £1,230 per child.

KCC had recently updated its lift policy which focuses on the duties to manage risks associated with lifts (passenger and goods), hoists and lifting equipment.

The summary notes from the last meeting of the Schools Funding Forum on Friday 1 December 2023.

A free creative project for primary school children that connects Winnie-the-Pooh to the conservation of his real-life home of Ashdown Forest.

Many schools commented on the quality of the Healing Classrooms training delivered free of charge by the International Rescue Committee (IRC) in 2022 and 2023.

UKHSA have updated the resources they use in connection with Gastroenteritis and Scarlet Fever in schools and other education or childcare settings.

Kent County Council are working with a new partner, Living Streets, encouraging schools to sign up to a Walk, or Wheel, Once a Week (WOW) programme to get families active, reduction congestion around schools and improve air quality.

As you are aware, in the Spring Budget 2023 the Government announced the expansion of the Early Education and Childcare Entitlements to include children of working families from nine months upwards.

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Families across the county are finding out today the primary schools where their children have been offered places from September 2024, with more than nine out of ten being offered their first preference.

Kent County Council (KCC) is consulting on proposals designed to improve the educational support for children up to the age of five.

To celebrate World Book Day, on March 7 the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Information Hub have put together a list of amazing reads that celebrate children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.

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