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Biggest-ever Covid outbreak on uni campus

Biggest-ever Covid outbreak on uni campus

28 June 2021

A Kent university has recorded its biggest-ever Covid outbreak, with more than five times as many students testing positive than the week before.

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Heartbreak at death of 'incredible' teacher

Heartbreak at death of 'incredible' teacher

28 June 2021

Tributes are pouring in to a much-loved former PE and maths teacher following his death aged 63.

'School run chaos is forcing me to sell my house...'

'School run chaos is forcing me to sell my house...'

28 June 2021

A fed-up dad says he's putting his home on the market after facing a barrage of abuse from parents at two top private schools.

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School closed after Covid outbreak

School closed after Covid outbreak

27 June 2021

Hundreds of children have been sent home after an outbreak of Covid cases led to more than half of pupils and staff being forced into isolation.

'Sexually motivated' teacher, 62, banned for good

'Sexually motivated' teacher, 62, banned for good

25 June 2021

A married maths teacher who asked a pupil he 'loved' to be his girlfriend has been banned from the profession indefinitely.

Less cash for schools to help disadvantaged pupils

Less cash for schools to help disadvantaged pupils

25 June 2021

A change to the pupil premium provided by the government means Kent County Council will lose £4 million in funding.

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£10m funding to help children post pandemic

£10m funding to help children post pandemic

24 June 2021

A programme to help children catch up on the activities, learning and socialising they have missed during the pandemic has been given a cash boost.

Deadline nears for Kent Test registration

Deadline nears for Kent Test registration

20 June 2021

Parents who'd like their children to be considered for a grammar school place next year don't have long to register them for the Kent Test.

Mass walk-in jab centres to open

Mass walk-in jab centres to open

17 June 2021

Over-18s will have the chance to get a walk-in Covid jab this weekend when two mass vaccination centres open.

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Teacher faces ban after asking pupil to be his girlfriend

Teacher faces ban after asking pupil to be his girlfriend

17 June 2021

A maths teacher faces a ban from the profession after being found guilty of unacceptable misconduct over his inappropriate fascination with a pupil.

'It’s the wrong message to send to our girls'

'It’s the wrong message to send to our girls'

15 June 2021

Parents and teachers have clashed over a message in letters about a school's uniform policy for girls but staff say there's been a misunderstanding.

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They've done it again!

They've done it again!

11 June 2021

A school which had a pupil ranked fourth in the world for maths now has two more winning youngsters.

'I fear for children’s safety in the water'

'I fear for children’s safety in the water'

11 June 2021

A stark warning about children's safety in the water this summer has come from Swim England, which says two million missed lessons in lockdown.

School's U-turn after PE leggings row

School's U-turn after PE leggings row

10 June 2021

A school says it has heeded 'constructive criticism' after sparking anger when it told girls to wear shorts over leggings in PE lessons.

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'Targeted' testing for variant at two secondary schools

'Targeted' testing for variant at two secondary schools

10 June 2021

Pupils at two grammar schools are being asked to take 'targeted' PCR tests as part of ramped up efforts to identify the Delta variant.

New special needs school planned for town

New special needs school planned for town

08 June 2021

A special needs school which would help 50 children and employ 32 staff is hoping to open this summer.

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Teacher didn't know she had fatal cancer

Teacher didn't know she had fatal cancer

08 June 2021

Tributes have been paid to a much-loved teacher who died after being admitted to hospital with a cancer she had no idea she had.

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Six-storey plan for 935 student flats set for approval

Six-storey plan for 935 student flats set for approval

08 June 2021

Plans to build a huge student accommodation complex offering almost 1,000 beds is set to be rubber-stamped by councillors tonight.

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Demand for answers on uni future

Demand for answers on uni future

04 June 2021

A demand for answers about progress on efforts to keep open a university which is proposed for closure will be discussed by councillors.

School hopes you will 'like' kids competition entry

School hopes you will 'like' kids competition entry

03 June 2021

A primary school needs your vote in a national competition to win a gazebo.

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