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Take the plunge for charity

Tina Syers from Maidstone took part in last year's abseil in aid of the Stroke Association.

25 February 2018

Are you brave enough to step off a nine-storey building to help a cause close to your heart? Book now for the KM Abseil Challenge on Sunday, April 8.

Charities could be quick on the draw

Joe Walker of the Kentish Gazette, Arik Vadevalloo of Kent Sport, Rebecca Hadley and Zoe Berry of Barclays joined Alex Atkins of Kent Sport to announce the amount raised for charity at last year's Canterbury KM Big Quiz event.

24 February 2018

Good causes have the chance to get a piece of the action at the KM Big Charity Quiz on Friday, April 20.

Contest winner takes the helm of Whitefriars

Writing contest winner Layla Harnett, nine, of Herne Junior School with Peter Scutt of Whitefriars.

23 February 2018

A nine-year-old girl took charge of a major Kent shopping centre for a day after winning a KM Charity Team writing competition.

Top teachers? Tell us about IT

Richard Langshaw, owner of computer recycling firm LoopCR, which is backing the Kent Teacher of the Year Awards 2018.

22 February 2018

One judge for the Kent Teacher of the Year Awards is particularly hoping to see lots of nominations for IT teachers and support staff.

Top eco tips from award-winning schools

Pupils from Sutton Valence Primary School hold up their special Green Apple trophy for being crowned Overall Nature Conservation Champion at the Green School Awards 2018.

21 February 2018

Details of eco-friendly activities undertaken by the winners of the Green School Awards have been collated in a best practice booklet for schools.

Don’t miss out on free green scheme

25 schools can join the Green Champions scheme for free after it won the Aviva Community Fund Poll.

20 February 2018

Schools are still in the running to join a successful green travel project for free – all they need to do is register their interest.

Celebrate your school's guiding stars

Debbie Lloyd from CXK which is supporting the Kent Teacher of the Year Awards 2018.

20 February 2018

Who is the cream of the crop for careers advice at your school? Why not reward their efforts with a nomination for a Kent Teacher of the Year Award?

To infinity and beyond

Megger, Global Associates, Discovery Park, Pfizer and Golding Homes are among the supporters of the Bright Spark Awards science contest, which is now open to entries from children and schools.

19 February 2018

Youngsters who dream of being the next Tim Peake or Brian Cox now have the perfect opportunity to start changing the world - the Bright Spark Awards!

Teacher awards deadline next week

Joanne Winkler of Kent County Council, Dominic Di Cara of the Mercure Maidstone Great Danes Hotel, Catriona Jamieson of Medway Youth Trust, and Richard Langshaw of LoopCR demonstrate their support of the Kent Teacher of the Year Awards 2018.

19 February 2018

Judges of the Kent Teacher of the Year Awards are calling for members of the public to nominate top teachers, volunteers, and teams before March 1.

Pedal for charity and win a prize

Victoria Adley from East Kent Hospitals Trust joins the call for participants for the KM Big Bike Ride 2018 which is now open for booking.

19 February 2018

Get on your bike and ride through the beautiful Kent countryside for charity - and you could find yourself on a train to Paris.

KM Assault Course Challenge 2018

ARRCC were among the charities helping to launch the KM Assault Course Challenge 2018.

18 February 2018

Are you tough enough to take on Kent’s dirtiest day out in aid of your favourite charity? Of course you are - make a date for Sunday April 15!

Say thank you to your favourite teacher

Joanne Winkler from Kent County Council which is supporting the Kent Teacher of the Year Awards 2018.

16 February 2018

An education specialist at KCC is hoping people will vote in the Kent Teacher of the Year Awards to thank teachers who go above and beyond every day.

Big prizes at KM Big Quiz

Ami Dennis-Stirrups and Adam Waller of Hornby with prize donations to support the KM Charity Team's work with charities and schools in 2018.

16 February 2018

Calling all children - both under and over 18 - toys, train sets, and big kids’ playthings could be yours if you get lucky at the KM Big Charity Quiz.

Awards seek teachers with chemistry

Cordelia Scott from the School of Physical Sciences Department of the University of Kent which is supporting the Kent Teacher of the Year Awards 2018.

14 February 2018

A teacher set her on the path to success and now a Kent astrophysicist is urging for people to nominate their top science teachers for an award.

Love books? Tell us why and win a prize

13 February 2018

A campaign to get children excited about reading will be launched on Valentine's Day using the slogan #BeABookLover

Pupils are glad to be green

Hollie Scrivener, 7, and St Matthew Class celebrate being walk to school class of the week at St Michael's School, Chatham.

12 February 2018

Stepping out with the KM Charity Team's walk to school scheme 'Active Wow' is giving one primary school's eco-warriors a skip in their step.

Video filming training for charities and businesses

The KM Charity Team is offering video training to charities and businesses.

12 February 2018

Organisations can learn how to make polished, professional videos for their websites and social media with a training course from the KM Charity Team.

Top green schools revealed

Pupils from the overall winning schools with supporters from Golding Homes, Loop CR, Specsavers, Three R’s Teacher Recruitment, and Volker Highways.

09 February 2018

Excited eco-heroes from Kent and Medway schools were in the spotlight at the Green School Awards yesterday.

Go further - nominate your star teacher!

Graham Razey of Kent Further Education is supporting the Kent Teacher of the Year Awards 2018.

08 February 2018

Don't forget you can nominate top teachers in further education for a Kent Teacher of the Year Award - but you've only got until March 1.

Inspirational Cheryl leaves the ice

Cheryl Baker

07 February 2018

Honorary patron of the KM Charity Team, Cheryl Baker “had a ball” on Dancing on Ice – and has adopted her dancing partner Dan Whiston into her family.

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