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Big Garden Birdwatch

Big Garden Birdwatch
If we asked you ‘what is the most common garden bird in the UK?’ what would your answer be? Find out all about the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch and what the top 10 most common garden birds are in Kent. Read More...

Blog Round-up - Your Top Blogs for 2018

Blog Round-up - Your Top Blogs for 2018
A new year is the perfect time to look back and reflect on the past year, so we have been delving behind the scenes at Kent-Teach HQ, to find out which of our blogs were the most popular in 2018! Read More...

The Psychology of Gifting

The Psychology of Gifting
Every Christmas, birthday, anniversary and special occasion, we carefully choose and offer gifts to our loved ones. It’s something we do naturally and most of us don’t think about its deeper implications. Yet, the gift we choose and how we present it says so much about us, our relationships, and the complex social structures within our community. Behind every perfect present lie social, psychological and emotional currents. Read More...

Santa Claus is Coming to...Kent

Santa Claus is Coming to...Kent
There’s nothing more exciting than meeting Santa and some of his jolly elves at Christmas. But how does Father Christmas manage to be in so many different places across Kent? Christmas magic, of course! Make sure you catch him this festive season with our guide to Kent’s top Santa’s grottos. Read More...

Our Top 5 Christmas Markets in Kent

Our Top 5 Christmas Markets in Kent
The concept of Christmas Markets in the UK is relatively new, only in recent years have they become a popular fixture in the pre-Christmas calendar. Here are 5 Christmas Markets in Kent that you still have time to visit in the run-up to the big day: Read More...

Tell Me More About… C.S. Lewis

Tell Me More About… C.S. Lewis
C.S. Lewis wrote more than 30 books across his career, including his most famous works, The Chronicles of Narnia. Read on to find out more about the celebrated author. Read More...

The Lost Words - Getting Back to Nature

The Lost Words - Getting Back to Nature
“A” is for acorn, “B” is for bluebell and “C” for conker, but not according to the Oxford Junior Dictionary, who in 2007, omitted a host of words related with the natural world - Find out how one campaign in Kent wants to give life back to these words! Read More...