GCSE students set to receive their results

Students across Kent will receive their GCSE results today. Schools will let students know how to collect their results. In most instances they will be able to go to their school and collect their results in person and get advice and support from their teachers if necessary. Kent County Council’s Cabinet Member for Education and…

Council Members testing the cakes

School Jubilee cake contest winners announced

In one of their toughest assignments in recent times, a team from Kent County Council has been tasked with choosing the winners of the authority’s Platinum Jubilee cake competition. On Friday (1 July), Chair, Mrs Lesley Game alongside Deputy Lieutenant of Kent, Rosemary Dymond DL, Leader, Roger Gough, Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, Shellina…

Kent Test Results Day 2021

Pupils who sat the Kent Test last month will find out their results today. Families who registered online will be sent an email from Kent County Council after 4pm today (Thursday, October 21) with their child’s assessment outcome. Due to the volume of emails sent out, some providers may delay the delivery of the emails…

Grants of up to £8,000 available for activities to help children and young people reconnect with their pre-pandemic lives

Clubs, community groups, schools, and early years settings are being invited to apply for funding to provide extra activities that will help children and young people reconnect to their pre-pandemic lives. The funding is being made available through the Kent County Council-led Reconnect: Kent Children and Young People programme and can be used for activities,…

Consultation launched on proposed Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) provision in Thanet

A consultation launching today is seeking residents’ views on proposals for additional provision for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in Thanet and a change of use of the Garlinge Children’s Centre building. Kent County Council is proposing providing a 16-place Specialist Resource Provision (SRP) for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as…

Schools urged to continue with Covid-safety measures

Shellina Prendergast, KCC’s Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, said: “I would like to extend a warm welcome back to school to all pupils, teachers and staff across Kent. I hope you all had a relaxing, enjoyable, and healthy summer break and are returning to the classroom refreshed and looking forward to the new school…