National Thank a Teacher Day: Superstar Teachers in Kent

National Thank a Teacher Day: Superstar Teachers in Kent
Wednesday, the 21st of June, was National Thank a Teacher Day, a day for children, students, staff and parents to come together to thank those who have made an impact in their life. So, we decided what better time there could be for you to tell us all about your favourite teachers in Kent! Read More...

Retrieval Practice in Primary School Students: A Case Study

Retrieval Practice in Primary School Students: A Case Study
Put simply, Retrieval Practice is a technique which enables children to recall what they have learnt. It strengthens knowledge retention and encourages young learners to engage with and use new skills and knowledge. Ryarsh Primary School share with us how they use Retrieval Practice and provide practical strategies on how to implement this in the classroom. Read More...

The Importance of Sport in Primary Schools

The Importance of Sport in Primary Schools
The importance of sport within schools has been a hot topic of conversation within education for years. In this article Alex, a primary school teacher in Kent, shares his thoughts with us on why physical education is so important for children and young people. Read More...

Young Ambassador Award - Nominate An Inspirational Young Person in Kent

Young Ambassador Award - Nominate An Inspirational Young Person in Kent
The aim of the Young Ambassador of the 21st Century Award is to recognise, encourage and support young people who are actively involved in the welfare of the community. If you know an inspirational young person, read this article to find out how you can nominate them for this prestigious award. Read More...

7 Low Cost Family Days Out in Kent for May Half Term

7 Low Cost Family Days Out in Kent for May Half Term
It's time to relax and enjoy yourself over the May bank holiday weekend and half term in the beautiful county of Kent! In this blog you will uncover some low cost days out or events that are included in memberships or admission tickets to keep you and your family entertained this May half term without breaking the bank. So pack your picnic and your sun hat (and probably wellies if the weather is anything to go by lately!) for a great day out in Kent. Read More...

A Complete Guide to Studying a Diploma in Education and Training

A Complete Guide to Studying a Diploma in Education and Training
There are a number of routes into teaching but one route you may not have heard of is the Diploma in Education and Training. The Diploma in Education is fast becoming a popular way to become a teacher as you do not need to be a graduate to undertake the qualification. In this blog Teacher Training UK explores the Diploma in Education and Training qualification and how to decide if this teacher training route is right for you. Read More...

ROAR 2023 – Inspiring Children to Dream Big

ROAR 2023 – Inspiring Children to Dream Big
Lions Clubs throughout Kent would like to invite your school to be involved in ROAR 2023. Inspiring children to think big and dream big. Read on to find out how your school can get involved in this fabulous competition. Read More...

5 Tips to Address Gaps in Your Employment History

5 Tips to Address Gaps in Your Employment History
Unexplained gaps in your employment history can raise red flags with schools, so it is very important to address any breaks in your employment history in your job application. Gaps in your work history don’t have to be a barrier in you finding work if you follow these 5 tips for addressing gaps in your employment history. Read More...
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