Top 5 Educational Visits in Kent

Top 5 Educational Visits in Kent
Educational visits are a valuable way to consolidate classroom learning, put theory into action and inspire students to continue discovering for themselves. From workshops to self-guided visits, here are our top 5 picks of educational days out in Kent! Read More...

Kent & Medway Primary PE Conference 2020

Kent & Medway Primary PE Conference 2020
Building upon last year’s success, Kent Sport would like to invite all Primary Schools in Kent and Medway to its annual Primary PE Conference. Read on for more information and to book your place. Read More...

Backed into a Book Corner

Backed into a Book Corner
"For me, it’s not the environment that makes you enjoy books and reading, it’s the books." How do you feel about book corners? Do you love them or not quite understand the purpose of them? Here's what one Headteacher in Kent has to say... Read More...

Teaching Children Dental Health

Teaching Children Dental Health
Currently, oral hygiene is included in the UK school curriculum for Year Four children. However, findings have suggested children have significant gaps in their oral health awareness. Read on for ways your school can help. Read More...

Heroes Against Homelessness

Heroes Against Homelessness
Heroes Against Homelessness is based on a non-uniform day with a twist! Each child receives a superhero mask to decorate and dress up as a hero for the day. Here's how your school can get involved with Porchlight's homelessness in Kent campaign. Read More...

3 Ways to Get Your Pupils Excited About STEM Subjects

3 Ways to Get Your Pupils Excited About STEM Subjects
It's clear that young people of school age and beyond are very passionate about doing what they can to save the planet. But, in order to ensure they have all of the necessary tools and skills to do this, we need to make sure they're taking a keen interest in STEM subjects. Here are 3 ways teachers can encourage this. Read More...

How Well Do You Know Your Pupils?

How Well Do You Know Your Pupils?
Last week marked an important day in the academic calendar. Thousands of schools across the UK opened their doors to welcome the new school year, which hopes to be filled with high quality learning and academic success. Read on to find out how to get to know your new students! Read More...

Summer ‘Horror-days’

Summer ‘Horror-days’
"Two and a half years of Headship and five years of school leadership, not to mention five years as a classroom teacher, have taught me a lot about how people attack the summer holidays as a teacher..." Which category of teacher do you fall into during the summer? Read More...
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