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A number of key messages on living with Covid-19 in education and childcare settings.

These family-friendly activities are suitable for anyone over the age of 6-years-old.

Reconnect’s Home Study Support returns this summer term.

Mental Health Awareness Week is an annual event when there is an opportunity for the whole of the UK to focus on achieving good mental health.

World Environment Day is coming up in June 2022 and there is a singing opportunity Kent schools might be interested in.

Update of advice on the admission of foreign nationals.

Virtual School Kent are delighted to announce that nominations for this year’s awards for Kent Children and Young People in Care and Care Leavers are open and we encourage you to nominate young people for an Award.

All children living in the UK have a right to access a school in England, irrespective of their nationality.

As final preparations are made for Primary National Offer day, schools are reminded that the 2014 Admissions Code included greater flexibility for parents whose children are starting school in Reception year and these provisions remain in the 2021 version.

Years 12 and 13 are the emerging drivers and young passengers of the future, but they also one of the most vulnerable groups of road user.

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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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