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Construction to start on £13.4m uni building

Construction to start on £13.4m uni building

18 January 2018

The University of Kent has handed out a contract to build a new School of Economics.

Warning after schoolgirl approached at bus stop

Warning after schoolgirl approached at bus stop

17 January 2018

A school has warned parents after one of its female students was "persistently" approached at a bus stop.

Nursery's joy at top marks

Nursery's joy at top marks

16 January 2018

Smiles all round as nursery scores ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rating.

School reassures parents after meningitis case

School reassures parents after meningitis case

16 January 2018

A school has moved to calm parents and teachers after revealing a member of staff had contracted meningitis.

Two boys arrested after 'threats made at school'

Two boys arrested after 'threats made at school'

16 January 2018

Police have launched an investigation after two teenage boys were arrested at a secondary school following reports of threats being made.

School's hockey team success

School's hockey team success

15 January 2018

A school's hockey team are celebrating following their victory at a national competition.

Free school plan is progressing as a legal survey starts

Free school plan is progressing as a legal survey starts

15 January 2018

People are being asked for their views on plans for what would be the borough’s first free school.

Ping pong persuader plays MP

Ping pong persuader plays MP

13 January 2018

MP Sir Roger Gale has taken on Table Tennis England's youngest Young Ambassador.

New leadership for problem school

New leadership for problem school

13 January 2018

Management of a school where only 20% of pupils met the expected standard at the end of Key 2 has been transferred to another body.

Playgroup celebrates its first Ofsted inspection

Playgroup celebrates its first Ofsted inspection

12 January 2018

It was top marks all round for this playgroup after it was rated "outstanding" in its first ever Ofsted inspection.

School searches pupils' bags for junk food

School searches pupils' bags for junk food

10 January 2018

A school has announced it will be searching pupils' bags and confiscating unhealthy food and drink after concentration and behaviour deteriorated.

Primary school to slash pupil numbers

Primary school to slash pupil numbers

09 January 2018

A primary school has revealed plans to halve the number of children in its intake.

School reassures parents after farm break-in

School reassures parents after farm break-in

03 January 2018

A school has sought to reassure parents after three boys were arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty and criminal damage at a farm on its grounds.

Mum says school cash prize put daughter at risk

Mum says school cash prize put daughter at risk

30 December 2017

Mum of cancer patient criticises cash incentive for pupils to attend final week of term.

Controversial admissions plan dropped by grammar school

Controversial admissions plan dropped by grammar school

30 December 2017

A grammar school has dropped plans to give pupils of the same academy trust first pick of places after education chiefs labelled it “unreasonable".

School celebrates good report from inspectors

School celebrates good report from inspectors

21 December 2017

A town secondary school is celebrating after it received a glowing report from Ofsted inspectors.

Schools set for multi-million-pound extension

Schools set for multi-million-pound extension

20 December 2017

Five heavily over-subscribed secondary schools are to expand in the hope of addressing a shortfall of around 120 places next year.

What should be covered in sex education?

What should be covered in sex education?

19 December 2017

As the government begins consulting on what should be covered in sex education in our schools, we ask what the people of Kent think.

School forced to close for emergency works

School forced to close for emergency works

19 December 2017

A secondary school has told parents of its pupils to keep their children at home after it was announced emergency work needs to take place.

Proposals would mean 'children go hungry'

Proposals would mean 'children go hungry'

19 December 2017

Nearly 30,000 disadvantaged youngsters in Kent could lose access to free school meals.

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