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Kent County Council (KCC) is consulting on school term and holiday date patterns and we would like to know your views on the proposed dates for the academic year 2022/23.

Kent County Council is conducting a review of the Specialist Teaching and Learning Service (STLS) to design and co-produce a new specification.

Mental Health Awareness Week commenced on Monday 10 May, with the 2021 focus being out in nature.

The Child Protection Newsletter from the Education Safeguarding Service in The Education People.

Following consultation with Kent schools, the EEFective Kent Project are pleased to announce the new topics for the next round of training.

Armed Forces Families and Safeguarding (AFFS) is delighted to announce that the 2022 MOD Education Support Fund (ESF) bidding round is now open.

The EEFective Kent Project has opened the third and final round of Promising Project Funding applications.

The Prevent Education Officer Newsletter for May 2021.

Welcome to the latest South Kent Community Resource Partnership Bulletin for May 2021.

Management Information are again offering Secondary schools the chance to obtain UPN and Contextual information for their September 2021 Year 7 intake.

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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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