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Free training to help you find a job

Free training to help you find a job

02 June 2021

Up to 2,000 people are set to receive free, remote training to find new jobs online in a bid to boost employment.

'£50 per pupil is not going to turbo charge anything'

'£50 per pupil is not going to turbo charge anything'

02 June 2021

The Kent Association for Headteachers chairman has launched a scathing attack on the government after it announced £1.4bn of pupil catch-up cash.

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CCTV to catch parents parking badly

CCTV to catch parents parking badly

02 June 2021

New cameras are set to be installed outside school gates to deter parents from driving and parking irresponsibly.

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Petition launches in bid to save uni from closure

Petition launches in bid to save uni from closure

01 June 2021

A petition to save a university campus from closure has been launched with hundreds signing within days urging bosses to reverse the decision.

Pandemic forces private school to close for good

Pandemic forces private school to close for good

01 June 2021

The pandemic has proved the final nail in the coffin of a private school which has been open for 86 years.

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Maths rocks!

Maths rocks!

01 June 2021

Maths was given a cool makeover at one school which has a growing number of rock stars.

Virtual reality, robots, coding and more! Get ready for the future with T Levels.

Virtual reality, robots, coding and more! Get ready for the future with T Levels.

01 June 2021

If you're thinking of a career in tech, take the fast-track route at EKC Group’s Broadstairs College.

Schoolgirl punished for toilet break after starting period

Schoolgirl punished for toilet break after starting period

31 May 2021

A teenager was secluded and put on report after being refused permission to use the toilet despite starting her period.

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School to call police over fire alarm pull after end-of-term controversy

School to call police over fire alarm pull after end-of-term controversy

29 May 2021

A school has said police will be informed after a fire alarm was pulled in a disturbance when term was ended early.

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Surge in demand for SEN help after pandemic home schooling

Surge in demand for SEN help after pandemic home schooling

28 May 2021

A recent study has shown the pandemic has likely led to more children being undiagnosed with special educational needs and disabilities.

'It's like being sacked and having 20 minutes to clear your desk'

'It's like being sacked and having 20 minutes to clear your desk'

27 May 2021

Parents were left angry and say teachers were in tears after a school sent its leavers home unexpectedly early.

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You could win a $1,000 scholarship

You could win a $1,000 scholarship

27 May 2021

A voiceover company which has worked with Len Goodman, Google and dubbed popular online games, is offering scholarships to students.

Could you nominate a courageous child?

Could you nominate a courageous child?

27 May 2021

We need you to tell us about all the incredible things children, families and charities you know have been doing.

Pupils tested as Indian strain found at Kent school

Pupils tested as Indian strain found at Kent school

25 May 2021

Targeted Covid-19 testing is taking place at a Kent school after a case of the so-called 'Indian strain' was detected.

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Parents 'frozen out' of vote after ex-head's school gate appearance

Parents 'frozen out' of vote after ex-head's school gate appearance

24 May 2021

Furious parents are being cut out of a crucial vote on term date changes after a school's former head handed out letters at the gates.

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Uni's online plans branded 'unfair and unjust'

Uni's online plans branded 'unfair and unjust'

23 May 2021

Students have expressed outrage over plans for remote learning to continue into the next academic year.

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Premier League clubs to donate boots to budding stars

Premier League clubs to donate boots to budding stars

22 May 2021

Young footballers who need new boots could soon claim a pair from a top club under a new scheme asking all players to recycle their unwanted kit.

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School children finally move into new building

School children finally move into new building

21 May 2021

Hundreds of pupils are enjoying state of the art classrooms as the first phase of work on a new secondary school is completed.

Tributes paid after death of school's longest serving head

Tributes paid after death of school's longest serving head

19 May 2021

A much-respected former grammar school headmaster who was in the role for more than 30 years has died.

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School staff redundancies blasted

School staff redundancies blasted

18 May 2021

Proposals for 30 redundancies among support staff in a major shake-up of teaching jobs in Kent have been slammed.

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