Inspiration Sparkers Has Launched!

Inspiration Sparkers Has Launched!
We have launched our new competition – Inspiration Sparkers – to celebrate just some of the great teaching talent we have in Kent and to inspire the next generation of STEM Talent. Enter our fantastic competition to be in with a chance of designing your own fireworks display to be held at your school! Read More...

Do You Want To Blog For Kent-Teach?

Do You Want To Blog For Kent-Teach?
The Kent-Teach blog is a resourceful hub of information, insightful articles, personal reflections and ideas that inspire the teaching and education community. We are now looking for more bloggers to join our talented pool of writers – are you interested? With over 16,757 visits to our blog every month in the 2021/22 financial year and an active readership, our blog gives teachers, leaders and support staff hints Read More...

Top Picnic Spots For 2022

Top Picnic Spots For 2022
Lullingstone Country Park is home to hundreds of ancient trees, some of which are thought to be 800 years old! With beautiful grassland speckled with wild flowers throughout the summer months, this picture-perfect country park is the ideal spot if you’re looking for stunning Kentish countryside. Read More...

Events and Activities To Do This Easter

Events and Activities To Do This Easter
If you are looking for something a little different this Easter, check out Canoe Wild's annual aquatic Easter egg hunt in Canterbury. As you paddle down the River Stour, try and spot as many eggs as you can to win a chocolatey prize. How often do you get to do an Easter egg hunt in water? Read More...

Neurodiversity: Difference not Deficit

Neurodiversity: Difference not Deficit
The term ‘neurodiversity’ refers to the huge variation in cognitive functioning that occurs across all humans, including our ability to learn, pay attention, remember information, make decisions, and engage with others socially. As a result of neurodiversity, each person possesses their own unique set of skills, talents, needs, and difficulties. Read More...

Ideas and Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your Meals

Ideas and Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your Meals
With the cost of living rising, one thing that does not need to be less affordable is eating well regularly. These meals and tips can be used for home, work or school depending on your needs and wants that week. 62 per cent of school-going adolescents drink a sugary soft drink once a day and 49 per cent eat junk food once a week in high income countries Read More...

British Science Week: Encouraging Children to Get Involved in Research

British Science Week: Encouraging Children to Get Involved in Research
Developmental psychologists are interested in growth throughout the lifespan, including changes in how people think, feel, and behave at various stages in their life. As such, differences in biological, social, emotional, and cognitive processes are investigated from birth, through infancy, during childhood and adolescence, and into adulthood Read More...

No Smoking Day 2022

No Smoking Day 2022
Smoking long ago in the 1930s-50s was advertised by Doctors, however in the years since, a heavy amount of research has since changed this stance on smoking. In modern days you won’t see a tobacco brand advertised anywhere from TV to Newspapers, whilst packages are behind closed doors at supermarkets. Read More...

Free Kent Days out in Half-Term

Free Kent Days out in Half-Term
Some of you may want to get outside in February, weather dependent or not. If you fancy a nice muddy walk-in wellies, why not go to Lyminge Forest, one of the largest areas of woodland in Kent. They also have great cycle routes all around the forest if you prefer that to walking. If you are interested in some more popular forests in Kent, check out this trip advisor list. Or of course you can just go on walks in areas local to you. Read More...
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