7 Virtual Adventures to Entertain Children During Lockdown

7 Virtual Adventures to Entertain Children During Lockdown
Lockdown may bring on feelings of anxiety or concerns about how you will keep your children entertained, but it does present the opportunity to try out some new virtual adventures. Here are 7 ways you can keep your children entertained in lockdown and make half term memorable for all the right reasons. Read More...

Maximising ‘Forest School’ Outdoor Learning

Maximising ‘Forest School’ Outdoor Learning
The ‘Forest School’ approach gives children the opportunity to drive their own learning forward by being encouraged to take more risks, thinking outside of the norm and being provided with the real life experiences. In this blog, one teacher shares how they maximise outdoor learning with a variety of hands on activities. Read More...

8 Tips to Save Energy When Working from Home

8 Tips to Save Energy When Working from Home
If you are one of the many educators working from home either due to self-isolation, school closures or a change in your organisation’s business model then you may have noticed that your energy bills have crept up. Find out how to save money on your energy bills with these top energy-saving tips. Read More...

Easy Christmas Recipe for Kids - Snowman Balls

Easy Christmas Recipe for Kids - Snowman Balls
The most wonderful time of the year is here! This recipe is guaranteed to spread some Christmas cheer to even the most downhearted family this Christmas time. This Christmas baking recipe for snowman balls are a healthier version of the chocolate truffles and are very tasty and easy to make, perfect for your little ones this Christmas. Read More...

4 Tips to Hold an Awesome Virtual Christmas Party

4 Tips to Hold an Awesome Virtual Christmas Party
I think we can all agree Christmas sadly won’t be the same this year, but you can still have some festive fun with your work colleagues by holding a virtual Christmas party. Here are our tips to make your Christmas party or family get together just as fabulous. Read More...

A Very Merry Virtual Christmas – Christmas Lights in Kent 2020

A Very Merry Virtual Christmas – Christmas Lights in Kent 2020
It appears Christmas has started early this year, last week we saw a rise in families hastily decorating their Christmas trees and tucking into their first box of mince pies! Coronavirus and lockdown have given us a pretty good excuse to start the Christmas cheer early this year. In the true spirit of Christmas, many towns are continuing to display their lights whilst some will be streaming the virtual event. Here is the list of virtual Christmas lights happening in Kent. Read More...

The Effects of Stress: What Causes Burnout in the Workplace?

The Effects of Stress: What Causes Burnout in the Workplace?
Today marks the start of International Stress Awareness Week, a week to highlight the negative impacts of stress on the body. To investigate the levels of stress amongst the education community, we surveyed Kent-Teach website users about their stress levels. The results are concerning, here is what we discovered and what you can do to reduce your stressors and live a happier life. Read More...

Things to Do in Kent for Halloween 2020

Things to Do in Kent for Halloween 2020
After a busy and eventful first term back at school, its time to have some spooky half term fun. This year maybe a little different but you can still have a Halloween to remember. Here are our top Halloween activities in Kent for 2020. Read More...

8 Best Autumn Walking Trails in Kent

8 Best Autumn Walking Trails in Kent
There are so many beautiful walks and hikes that you can take across the county, ranging from dramatic coastal paths to peaceful woodland walks and historical tours, you will be spoilt for choice this Autumn. Here are Kent-Teach’s top 8 walking trails in Kent to keep you busy this season. Read More...

How Kent Schools Have Adapted Learning Spaces for COVID-19

How Kent Schools Have Adapted Learning Spaces for COVID-19
With children now back in school following lockdown earlier this year, schools are taking various measures to ensure staff and children are kept safe during their return to the classroom. Although home schooling resources have helped parents during the pandemic, there can be no substitute for being in school and for students receiving face to face education from their teachers. Here’s how some schools in Kent have adapted their school buildings to ensure they are Covid safe. Read More...
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