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Uni staff to stage walk-out

Uni staff to stage walk-out

20 February 2020

Lecturers at the University of Kent will picket in a dispute over pay and conditions.

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Special needs education 'still needs improving'

Special needs education 'still needs improving'

19 February 2020

Inspectors reviewing weaknesses in a children's special education needs and disability service say progress is being made to turn around the service.

Thieves who stole money from school still on the run

Thieves who stole money from school still on the run

19 February 2020

Parents and youngsters from a school which had £250 of 5ps stolen have smashed their target by raising nearly 15 times the amount which was taken.

School holds service in memory of star pupil

School holds service in memory of star pupil

13 February 2020

School founder leads service to say 'goodbye' to tragic teenager.

Library to reopen after storm damage

Library to reopen after storm damage

12 February 2020

A town centre library is due to reopen after closing since being battered by strong winds from Storm Ciara.

Catholic schools told to lift Kent Test ban

Catholic schools told to lift Kent Test ban

10 February 2020

A Catholic primary trust has been to reverse an "unworkable" ban on its pupils sitting the Kent Test on school grounds.

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Top marks for pre-school for fourth time

Top marks for pre-school for fourth time

10 February 2020

A village pre-school is celebrating after being rated outstanding by Ofsted for the fourth time in a row.

More children seeking mental health help

More children seeking mental health help

08 February 2020

The NSPCC says it is dealing with more cases relating to youngsters' mental health as it launches a new campaign to raise awareness.

Students told not to go home

Students told not to go home

07 February 2020

Chinese students in Kent are being told not to travel home following the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus.

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Twenty schools failing to make the grade

Twenty schools failing to make the grade

07 February 2020

Here's how secondary schools in Kent have fared as the latest performance tables were released.

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Campaign to tackle knife crime

Campaign to tackle knife crime

05 February 2020

A campaign to help raise awareness of knife crime is set to be rolled out in a town.

Inspectors repeat nursery's 'inadequate' rating

Inspectors repeat nursery's 'inadequate' rating

05 February 2020

A nursery and child minding service has been told to improve after being rated 'inadequate' by inspectors.

Council owes £46,000 to special school

Council owes £46,000 to special school

04 February 2020

A college has accused a council of causing distress to parents over failure to meet costs.

Tributes paid to teenager who died suddenly

Tributes paid to teenager who died suddenly

03 February 2020

A vigil is to be held in memory of a 15-year-old boy who died after falling ill on a walk home at the weekend.

Where are they now?

Where are they now?

03 February 2020

As part of National Apprenticeship Week we've caught up with young journalists who entered the industry through the KM Media Group's scheme.

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Italian university to open campus in village

Italian university to open campus in village

01 February 2020

French and Italian students are set to move into a village after plans to turn an historic hall into a campus were approved.

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School hits Kent record for Oxbridge offers

School hits Kent record for Oxbridge offers

01 February 2020

Nineteen students from one school have been offered university places at either Oxford or Cambridge this year.

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'We're paying for a service and they aren't delivering it'

'We're paying for a service and they aren't delivering it'

31 January 2020

A father has spoken out against a school catering company for only feeding his son potatoes.

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Schoolboy rescued from lake

Schoolboy rescued from lake

31 January 2020

A child had to be helped from a lake by teachers and passers-by after he escaped from a specialist school.

Brain surgery can't stop inspirational teacher

Brain surgery can't stop inspirational teacher

30 January 2020

A trainee teacher has overcome "extreme adversity" to be shortlisted for a top education award.

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