Tuesday, January 3, 2017

One parent claimed there were ‘hundreds’ of girls sent home from school

Kent Fire and Rescue Service is heading to Leigh Academy

Kent Fire

The Department for Education called projections by teaching unions “irresponsible scaremongering” but schools chiefs in the county have thrown their weight behind the figures

Roger Gough

The academy will launch in time for the 2017/2018 season

Northern Ireland

School in Strood becomes latest to come under the umbrella of growing trust

Leigh Academies Trust

It has also been revealed that some 40 schools across the county began the academic year without a head teacher

Roger Gough

The youngsters presented a list of their priorities to KCC

Matthew Balfour

The science teacher appears in the ‘Your Future: Their Future’ campaign

The club will meet once a month

A new Ofsted report highlights high standards among multi-academy trusts

Leigh Academies Trust

The school’s head has been chosen as a national leader of education

Wilmington Grammar School for Girls

Data from environmental specialist, Scape Group reveals some 581 classrooms, or 50 new schools, must be developed in the county over the coming years

Theresa May

Your chance to find out what it involves and speak to those who are already acting as carers

Kent County Council

The Kent Education Network fears for children’s future following Swale Academy Trust’s proposals to convert Meopham School

Theresa May

School quick off the mark following Theresa May’s loosening of previous restrictions on grammar provision

Theresa May

It is working with an education charity to create an alumni network

Longfield Academy

Nationally, only 84 per cent are rated in those two categories

Youngsters across north west Kent receive the grades they’ve been waiting for

Wilmington Grammar School for Girls

Record numbers of students are heading to universities this year

Longfield Academy

Mr Johnson was commenting in yesterday’s Sunday Telegraph

Gareth Johnson

The former Dartford Grammar School student recently graduated

Lilac Sky Schools Academy Trust previously racked up a £1.63m deficit at the now-closed Furness Special School

Peter Read

The visit was part of an outreach programme, Peers in Schools

Wilmington Grammar School for Girls

The school was rated outstanding in its most recent Ofsted inspection

Roger Gough

St Joseph’s Convent Independent Preparatory School was reviewed by Ofsted in May

A fashion show has been held to raise money for Team Charlie

The prestigious hotel’s executive chef praised his ‘amazing’ skills

North Kent College

The award is part of the highly respected International Baccalaureate programme


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