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Students told to apply for loans before A-level results day

Students told to apply for loans before A-level results day

With A-level results out in a week, the Student Loans Company is urging students to get finance applications in, even if plans remain unclear.

Inside new multi-million pound school

Inside new multi-million pound school

For the first time you can see inside the county's newest secondary school which will welcome students in September.

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Trust pledges to raise standards after school’s inadequate grade

Trust pledges to raise standards after school’s inadequate grade

The CEO of a trust running a village school rated as inadequate by Ofsted insists changes are already being made to raise standards.

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'For me there is no feeling like it'

'For me there is no feeling like it'

A teacher has spoken of how 'breakthrough moments' with young learners make his job special as part of a campaign encouraging others to follow suit.

Head teacher retires after 15 years at the helm

Head teacher retires after 15 years at the helm

The popular head of one of the country's top secondary schools has left following years of achievements.

Beating without meeting the opposition

Beating without meeting the opposition

A school has won a sporting tournament but without actually meeting any of their opponents.

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Students react to double jab plans

Students react to double jab plans

University of Kent students may need to be fully vaccinated to attend lectures in September, here's what they think.

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Schools get share of £1bn rebuild fund

Schools get share of £1bn rebuild fund

Four schools in Kent will receive millions of pounds in funding as part of a major rebuilding programme set out by the government.

Work begins on new 420-place primary school

Work begins on new 420-place primary school

Building work for a new primary school as part of a £419 million riverside redevelopment project has started hailing a 'milestone' moment.

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Students' design for Sophie

Students' design for Sophie

Art students have won a pitch to design for Kitchen Disco star Sophie Ellis-Bextor.

Birthday bash held for 70 pupils at school

Birthday bash held for 70 pupils at school

Having missed out on so much due to the pandemic pupils at one school were given an end-of-term treat.

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Schools tell pupils 'don't go into town' after gang crime surge

Schools tell pupils 'don't go into town' after gang crime surge

Head teachers have told their pupils to avoid going into a town centre after a rise in gang related crime and stabbings.

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Whole school reverts to home learning amid 'pingdemic'

Whole school reverts to home learning amid 'pingdemic'

All pupils at a secondary school will learn remotely for the final days of term as rising Covid cases mean only a quarter wouldn't be self-isolating.

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Schools hit by Covid tests

Schools hit by Covid tests

Three of a town's secondary schools are reported to have positive cases of coronavirus.

Dismay at bid to close farm for special needs adults

Dismay at bid to close farm for special needs adults

A 111-year-old farm founded by Queen Victoria's daughter, where autistic and disabled people have been able to care for the animals, is to close.

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How to learn to swim with a piece of rope

How to learn to swim with a piece of rope

A swimming teacher is using a length of rope to get her pupils used to the water. Here's how...

Massive uni Covid outbreak doubles in week

Massive uni Covid outbreak doubles in week

A huge coronavirus outbreak at a Kent university has more than doubled in size - one week after recording its highest-ever number of cases.

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Hundreds choose home school in just two months

Hundreds choose home school in just two months

Hundreds of families in Kent have chosen to home school their children in the last two months, latest figures reveal.

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Call on government to fund school's 'urgent' repairs

Call on government to fund school's 'urgent' repairs

A petition calling for a school to get some much-needed building work has been presented to the House of Commons.

'They are determined to go, shame on them...'

'They are determined to go, shame on them...'

A council leader has slammed university bosses over their decision to close a campus – accusing them of inflating repair bills and not communicating.

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