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There has been a "remarkable shift" in poorer children now receiving a bigger s ...

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Kent Teaching Solutions are proud to announce that we have been awarded one ...

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The chief inspector of Ofsted is backing head teache ...

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Child protection is paramount! With Kent Teaching Solutions continued commitment to the ...

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There was a time, not so long ago, when calculators we ...

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The education secretary has promised to cut teachers' workload in ...

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More than 1,500 uneaten school dinners were given to charit ...

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More than one in eight secondary schools in England is below the s ...

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If you took a list of the top 20 places in England where schools have the most funding, 18 of them would be in London. And if you took a ...

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Damian Hinds has become the new Education Secretary, replacing Justine Greening. What are the questions waiti ...

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We’ve sourced our top online Christmas pointers (d’you get it?!) so you don’t have to.

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Applications are open for primary, infant and junior places in Kent schools, with a ...

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We are pleased to announce that Kent Teaching Solutions will be attending seve ...

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"Historic" changes to the schools funding formula in England will make it ...

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Some 11,180 students were placed on undergraduate courses in the UK thr ...

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Teachers must stop trying to wrap children in cotton wool with over-the-t ...

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A number of Maidstone schools were put on lockdown, after a threat was made on Wednesday.

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Charlie and Lola author takes over role and hopes to ...

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The National Union of Teachers (NUT) has voted against balloting memb ...

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'Unecessary' national tests to be scrapped for seven year olds The proposals follow years of campaigning from teachers, parents and industry leaders who say children in England are under too much stress from being tested at too young an age. Controversial national curriculum tests taken by six and seven-year-olds in England are to be scrapped under radical new ...

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One in five pupils who applied for a place in a Kent secondary sc ...

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There is widespread confusion about England's new GCS ...

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Join us for a recruitment day at a highly successful Medway Academy on the 28th January. We wi ...

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The New Year Honours list recognises over 120 people for their contrib ...

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Lack of access to grammar schools is not confined to the poorest children, t ...

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A scheme to recruit good teachers to work in deprived ...

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A Kent school has been named the top state secondary in ...

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Head teachers say it is "disappointing" that Chancellor Philip Hammond's Autumn Statement ...

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The Department for Education has been told to re-think a decision not to publ ...

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The number of children writing outside school is dropping, a new survey shows

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A chronic shortage of fully qualified teachers in England's private and vo ...

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The government is dropping a bill to convert all sch ...

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Head teachers have written to Theresa May to warn that a funding crisis coul ...

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The UNESCO event will be held in Paris today.

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Data on pupils' nationality now being collected by schools will be not pas ...

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We know that interviews can be a daunting prospect. We have summarised our top 10 interview tips for you to ...

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Education Secretary Justine Greening says she will not be pushing forwar ...

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Plans to open new grammar schools in England appear ...

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London pupils outperformed the rest of England in this year's tougher primary school tests ...

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Academy budgets should be overseen by local authorities fol ...

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The government’s aim is to focus on pupils’ progress rather than jus ...

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Record numbers of UK university places have been offered - as A-level re ...

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Labour and Liberal Democrats MPs have vowed to fight ...

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We are holding a CPD Forum on 11th August for new and existing candidates on Child Protection.

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Seven teachers, heads and trust chief executives le ...

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Falling asleep in a lesson or telling your teacher to "chill out" are among ...

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An extra 750,000 school places will be needed in England by 2025 to keep up with ...

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All self-employed tutors should be legally required to have a criminal records check before ...

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Almost half of pupils in England have failed to meet a new tough standard in reading, writing and mathematics. ...

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There has been a slight increase in the proportion of scho ...

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More than half (53%) of UK teaching assistants (TAs) have experienced ph ...

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Plans to shake up special educational needs funding could see sp ...

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To ensure students’ wellbeing, teachers need to feel confid ...

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Schools in England are struggling to support the 1.1 million pupils with spe ...

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England's exams regulator is clamping down on the "unfair advantage" gain ...

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Ideas to help pupils adapt to changing classes and moving up in school

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Why are women getting so many more university places than men? If trends continu ...

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We are pleased to introduce to Gary, the newest member of the growing Kent Teaching Solutions team.

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The Perfect Packed Lunch Awards asks primary school children to design a genu ...

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An analysis of primary school test results in England suggests that suc ...

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Kent County Council will rightly celebrate the primary school allocation figures below, sent out today. For even with an additional 591 Kent children in the system above 2015’s figure, the number of children being offered their first choice school has leapt up by 762 to 87.2% of ...

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There is a risk plans to turn all state schools in England into academies will not raise sc ...

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The schools minister has been forced to cancel a national spelling test for England's primary ...

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The poorest people are losing out on places at the best primary schools in ...

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Olympic golden girl Lizzy Yarnold inspired a generation when she ...

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There are currently seven new primary school academy proposals; compulsory academisation; two new secondary Free Schools announced on site of Chaucer Technology College and in Thanet; academy takeovers of Community College Whitstable and the Charles Dickens School, Broadstairs. There has also been plans unveiled for mixed Sixth Form at Sevenoaks Annex; Hoo Peninsula to become first local area to become academies only, creating a squeeze on secondary school options. Whilst there were ...

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If a school becomes an academy are the results more likely to improve?

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Baseline tests for reception pupils in England are not reliable enough to m ...

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Too much of teachers' time is taken up by "mind-numbingly useless" bureaucracy ...

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Teachers have warned that the government's anti-extremi ...

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Every nursery in England should have a qualified early years teacher to help ...

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Teachers are calling for tackling staff shortages to be made a priority rathe ...

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Calling all Primary Teachers in Canterbury...

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A loophole exempting thousands of England's schools from healthy eating ...

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Calling all Teachers and Teaching Assistants in Kent and Medway We would li ...

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Mindfulness is a psychological technique which is said to help ...

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Campaigners and headteachers express alarm at ‘draconia ...

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The government has sought to reassure teachers who are up in arms about new primary ass ...

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Scientist Stephen Hawking has paid tribute to the tea ...

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It’s time to celebrate authors, illustrators, books and most importantly, reading.

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Head teachers in England are having to share staff with other schools as they try to find " ...

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The government has pushed back the deadline for schools to submit writing a ...

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Official assessments of four-year-olds in England are unreliable and disrupt ...

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A-levels are not the only route to university, with a range of alternative ...

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Tough new "world class" targets proposed today for measuring schools' performance are achie ...

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With Kent ranking high in terms of diversity, do you have any f ...

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The Sunday Times is reporting an analysis by Labour that suggests the majority of pupils who resa ...

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