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Kent young person’s drug and alcohol service stakeholder survey.

Empower your students to work on a project which will improve their community and bid for funding to make their ideas reality!

The latest newsletter from Kent’s Virtual School for Children in Care and Young Care Leavers, including events and activities taking place in Terms 5 and 6.

County Council approval has been granted and the Kent Scheme pay award has now been confirmed.

As further support for Year 11 students, Reconnect has commissioned virtual Easter revision sessions to be delivered by Invicta National Academy.

For Stress Awareness Month in April, Kooth’s London and South East Team are delivering a series of workshops for Year 10 to 13 students on managing exam stress.

Kent has already seen a number of Ukrainian and Russian families settling within the county and seeking education for their children.

DfE review of funding of post-16 qualifications.

Sleep resources for teachers to use in the classroom.

Kent Associate Research School at Kingsnorth is running a set of free taster sessions.

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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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