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Bid to move pupils out of 'rotten' rooms

Bid to move pupils out of 'rotten' rooms

School bosses are aiming to move pupils out of “rotten” mobile classrooms and into a state-of-the-art teaching block next spring.

Police descend on school after bomb scare

Police descend on school after bomb scare

A school was evacuated following a hoax call about a bomb.

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Petition launched after nursery receives backing

Petition launched after nursery receives backing

Parents want to see a disused pub given a new lease of life.

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School gets go-ahead

School gets go-ahead

A new primary school, which is part of a £419 million regeneration project, has received planning approval for a two-form entry.

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Uniform shop's victory over 'revealing' girls PE kit

Uniform shop's victory over 'revealing' girls PE kit

A schoolwear shop has successfully campaigned to have the standard length of girls PE skorts made longer.

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Pupils recognised in competition

Pupils recognised in competition

Three students from two schools in Kent have been named runners-up in an international children's competition.

New secondary school taking shape

New secondary school taking shape

The first 150 pupils are set to move into a new secondary school next year as work progresses on the construction programme.

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MPs ask university bosses to reconsider closure plans

MPs ask university bosses to reconsider closure plans

MPs have expressed their disappointment and sadness over the decision to close a Kent university.

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Art college's 130 years of big names and success

Art college's 130 years of big names and success

A successful art school has existed in a Kent town for 130 years but as plans to close it are announced, we take a look back at its illustrious past.

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Lockdowns blamed for children’s speech issues

Lockdowns blamed for children’s speech issues

Parents fear their children’s speech and language has been permanently damaged by the coronavirus pandemic.

Pressure on most popular schools revealed

Pressure on most popular schools revealed

An education adviser says too many secondary school pupils are having to travel outside their home town to get to lessons.

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What is screen stacking and are you guilty of it?

What is screen stacking and are you guilty of it?

Scientists are warning of the dangers of 'screen stacking' and the impact it can have on our family's health. But what is it?

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'Towns will suffer once again'

'Towns will suffer once again'

A leading designer says she is extremely sad the college she studied at before working for Freddie Mercury and Princess Diana is marked for closure.

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Fruit, veg and a pirate ship too!

Fruit, veg and a pirate ship too!

A new garden has been unveiled to get youngsters learning outdoors.

Supermarket launches free children's book scheme

Supermarket launches free children's book scheme

Children will be able to bring home free books from a Kent supermarket thanks to book swap stations being brought into all stores.

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University set to leave county campus

University set to leave county campus

A creative university which boasts designers Zandra Rhodes and Karen Millen as former students is consulting up to 100 staff on plans to close.

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Could new school uniform law save you money?

Could new school uniform law save you money?

Second hand items, branded clothes and high street alternatives will all come under a new school uniform law later this year.

Italian university's Kent campus seeks fence after trespass incidents

Italian university's Kent campus seeks fence after trespass incidents

An Italian educational institute is setting up shop in Kent, and is seeking a fence after trespassers started a fire.

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Monsters help ease pandemic pressures for children

Monsters help ease pandemic pressures for children

A mum who brought her son's drawing of a friendly monster to life has created dozens more for children to help them cope with lockdown pressures.

Academy reports increase in pupils

Academy reports increase in pupils

Principal says 'tide is turning' as more parents sign up their children to academy.

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