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Could the next Ronaldo walk out of here?

Could the next Ronaldo walk out of here?

01 October 2021

A football academy is to open to help aspiring players reach their goal.

Special needs school opens £1m hydrotherapy pool

Special needs school opens £1m hydrotherapy pool

30 September 2021

A school hydrotherapy pool, which will make a "massive difference" to students', has opened after three years of fundraising.

MP at school opening

MP at school opening

29 September 2021

It has been 20 years in the planning, but finally a village primary school has a new building.

Fury and devastation as parents plan to fight school closure

Fury and devastation as parents plan to fight school closure

29 September 2021

Parents have expressed outrage at school's closure, with one alleging pupils had the rug "pulled out from under them with almost no warning".

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Uni 'white privilege' course branded 'thought policing'

Uni 'white privilege' course branded 'thought policing'

29 September 2021

A course for all University of Kent students, which includes a quiz on white privilege, has been branded "thought policing" by a leading academic.

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'New secondary school could destabilise us'

'New secondary school could destabilise us'

29 September 2021

The founder behind Sheppey's only secondary school has hit back at criticism and says plans for any new school will hamper teacher recruitment.

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Now school transport hit by driver crisis

Now school transport hit by driver crisis

28 September 2021

Kent County Council has pleaded with the government to help transport children as bus companies suffer the impact of the driver crisis.

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Search for new head after troubled 18 months at school

Search for new head after troubled 18 months at school

28 September 2021

A search for a new permanent head teacher is under way at a primary school where half of the staff left their posts.

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Year 10 pupils 'out by end of December'

Year 10 pupils 'out by end of December'

28 September 2021

More details have emerged after the shock closure of an academy was announced, including that one year group only has three months left there.

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Delight as new school opens after year-long wait

Delight as new school opens after year-long wait

27 September 2021

A brand new school has finally opened to pupils after a year of waiting and children travelling to a temporary site nearly 10 miles away.

Secondary school to close in shock decision

Secondary school to close in shock decision

27 September 2021

A secondary school battered by poor Ofsted ratings and low pupil numbers is to close, the government has decided.

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University opens state-of-the-art science buildings

University opens state-of-the-art science buildings

27 September 2021

The university has unveiled their brand new science buildings including a climate change greenhouse.

Stamp designs by Kent pupils among Royal Mail competition finalists

Stamp designs by Kent pupils among Royal Mail competition finalists

27 September 2021

Stamp designs by five Kent children are among those chosen as finalists in the Royal Mail's Heroes of the Pandemic competition.

New head's school gate uniform checks and mobile ban

New head's school gate uniform checks and mobile ban

24 September 2021

The new principal at a 'troubled' secondary school explains why he has introduced uniform checks and cracked down on mobiles.

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Ground-breaking community supermarket launched in a bus

Ground-breaking community supermarket launched in a bus

23 September 2021

One of Britain's first mobile community supermarkets has been launched in a converted red London double-decker bus. But it needs volunteer drivers.

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New school would stop 1,200-pupil exodus

New school would stop 1,200-pupil exodus

22 September 2021

Parents are celebrating after education bosses say a favoured option is another school is needed to prevent a daily exodus of 1,200 pupils.

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College first of its kind to be accepted on global scheme

College first of its kind to be accepted on global scheme

21 September 2021

A college is leading the way with digital education after becoming the first specialist setting of its kind to be accepted on an international scheme.

Was it worth £50k in debt to be lectured online?

Was it worth £50k in debt to be lectured online?

19 September 2021

As freshers week begins university students across the county have expressed their feelings about debt, hardships and studying through lockdown.

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School staff applaud 'Britain's strictest head' for culture change

School staff applaud 'Britain's strictest head' for culture change

17 September 2021

A former head teacher dubbed 'Britain’s strictest' says he has been applauded by staff for culture changes he has already enforced at a Kent school.

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Covid cases among children drop as schools return

Covid cases among children drop as schools return

17 September 2021

Coronavirus cases among children in Kent have decreased by almost 20% in the first week of term, as the bubble system was ditched.

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