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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Five teachers are opting for a feedback-driven approach at Ebbsfleet Academy

Hundreds of local students are sitting the tests this week

The Mayfair has been organised by Sedley’s Church of England Primary School

Emails will be mailed out from 4pm - 97 per cent will have got one of their top choices

Medway Council

Stone Lodge Academy in Dartford and Barton Court Academy Free School are among the applications approved today

Canterbury

The football club are teaming up with a training provider to deliver apprenticeships

The visit was described as a ‘great privilege’

Theresa May

The Arts Council has issued grants across the country

Kent County Council

Barry Sheerman told MPs why he is opposed to the government’s plans to create new grammar schools

Jeremy Corbyn

But the strain on the county’s schools remains clear with sharp rise in number of children needing places

Roger Gough

A report by MPs on the education select committee says pupils should not be admitted to new selective schools simply on the basis of passing a test

Theresa May

The school received funding from the Education Funding Agency as part of the Priority School Building Programme

Some schools are considering the move as the government proposes a new funding formula

Gravesend Grammar School

The Department for Education says it is going to “end the historic post code lottery in school funding”

Peter Read

Re-opened to the public back in November, further improvements have since been carried out

Jeremy Kite

Education chiefs at KCC say an increase in babies being born and families moving to the county has sparked the rise in demand

Roger Gough

Inspectos visited Helen Allison School in November

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

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