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Hackers blamed for head teacher's porn tweet 'like'

Hackers blamed for head teacher's porn tweet 'like'

02 March 2018

A grammar school head teacher has blamed hackers after a pornographic tweet was "liked" from his Twitter account.

University accused of trying to 'bribe' striking staff

University accused of trying to 'bribe' striking staff

02 March 2018

A university has been accused of attempting to "bribe" staff in an effort to end strikes.

Mass school closures continue

Mass school closures continue

02 March 2018

More than 500 schools across Kent and Medway will remain shut today, with the threat of more bad weather hitting the county.

Staff pictures used on adult websites

Staff pictures used on adult websites

01 March 2018

Police are investigating after pictures of school staff were stolen and used to create fake profiles on pornography sites.

Secondary school criticised for opening during snowstorm

Secondary school criticised for opening during snowstorm

01 March 2018

A secondary school has been criticised by parents after announcing it would be open to pupils – only to close just one hour later due to snow.

Has snow scuppered World Book Day plans?

Has snow scuppered World Book Day plans?

01 March 2018

The Beast from the East's disruption has dragged into its third day putting one of the most popular events in school calendars at risk.

Kent school closures latest

Kent school closures latest

01 March 2018

More than 240 schools are to remain closed for a third consecutive day for safety reasons due to the Beast of the East.

Secondary school places record

Secondary school places record

01 March 2018

Almost 21,000 applications have been made by children to secondary schools in Kent - and close to 80% are set to get their first choice.

Kent’s best educational secret

Kent’s best educational secret

28 February 2018

Sponsored editorial: There's no uniform or bells and students and staff are on first name terms. Life at Rochester Independent College is unique...

School closures in Kent

School closures in Kent

27 February 2018

Snow and icy conditions have prompted some schools to shut for the day - here's a full list of closures across Kent and Medway.

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East-west divide for Kent's university students

East-west divide for Kent's university students

26 February 2018

A postcode lottery has emerged for Kent students eager to study at university.

Teacher contracts life-threatening infection

Teacher contracts life-threatening infection

23 February 2018

Officials at a Kent school have confirmed a member of staff is being treated in hospital for a "serious condition".

Angry student campus demonstration

Angry student campus demonstration

22 February 2018

Palestine supporters and muslim students have joined in a demonstration against a visit to the University of Kent by the Israeli ambassador.

University staff go out on strike

University staff go out on strike

22 February 2018

Lecturers and university staff are taking strike action today over pensions.

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Flowers at school gate for tragic head teacher

Flowers at school gate for tragic head teacher

21 February 2018

Dozens of floral tributes have been left outside a school as pupils pay their respects to a "superb" head teacher following his sudden death.

Is university too expensive?

Is university too expensive?

19 February 2018

A review has been launched into student finances today leading many to question if it is now just too expensive to get a degree.

University tells striking lecturers they won't be paid

University tells striking lecturers they won't be paid

19 February 2018

A university has been accused of bullying as it threatens “to withhold 100%” of lecturers’ pay if they take part in industrial action.

Date set for public inquiry into new science school

Date set for public inquiry into new science school

16 February 2018

A public inquiry into a new secondary school specialising in science will take place in the spring.

Debt-ridden school cutting staff

Debt-ridden school cutting staff

16 February 2018

Dozens of jobs are to be lost after "financial mismanagement" led to a school racking up £3 million of debt.

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Renewed hopes of new town grammar school

Renewed hopes of new town grammar school

16 February 2018

The headteacher of a leading grammar says she is still interested in establishing a presence on the coast.

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