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3 Christmas Classroom Activities

3 Christmas Classroom Activities
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! With the promise of the Christmas holidays arriving soon, excitement and festive cheer is spreading throughout Kent’s schools. If you’re looking for some festive activities for your class over the last few weeks of term, here are 3 ideas your students are bound to enjoy! Read More...

Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Week

Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Week
Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Week 2019 takes place from from 1st – 7th December. By going Purple on Friday 6th December you can show your support and help raise awareness of these invisible illnesses. Read on for more information about Crohn's and Colitis. Read More...

3 No Bake Christmas Recipes for Kids

3 No Bake Christmas Recipes for Kids
If life seems stressful or dreary, we must remember that Christmas is a time for family and friends. Take the time to embrace the Christmas break and remember to make memories that everyone will be able to look back on with joy. Read More...

10 Christmas Markets to Visit in Kent

10 Christmas Markets to Visit in Kent
It’s that magical time of year! From family-friendly events complete with music and fairground rides to traditional markets promoting local produce, we’ve rounded up our top 10 picks of Christmas Markets to enjoy in Kent this season. Read More...

3 Handmade Christmas Chocolate Gifts

3 Handmade Christmas Chocolate Gifts
It’s the time of year to indulge in mouth-watering treats and celebrate giving. Why not collaborate the two and make some edible chocolatey Christmas gifts at home? There is no need to go shopping when you can add a little bit of Christmas spirit and love into your own scrumptious goodies. 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...

4 Self-Care Tips for School Staff

4 Self-Care Tips for School Staff
Today kick starts National Self-Care week, an initiative which focuses on individuals taking responsibility and making choices to improve their own health and wellbeing. Read on for 4 self-care tips for all those working in schools! Read More...

Future of Learning: Virtual Reality for Education

Future of Learning: Virtual Reality for Education
Virtual Reality is revolutionising education unlike anything else, by digitising traditional content, injecting realism and new levels of interactivity in learning. Read on for the benefits of using VR in the classroom. Read More...

3 Creative Autumn Classroom Activities

3 Creative Autumn Classroom Activities
There is plenty of creative inspiration outside at this time of year, from the leaves changing colour to a blanket of frost appearing on the grass in the mornings. Why not bring the magic inside the classroom with these 3 creative autumn activities ideas? Read More...

What to Expect When Interviewing For a Headship

What to Expect When Interviewing For a Headship
Securing a position as a headteacher is a big ambition for many passionate teachers, but what does it really take to land the top job at an inspiring school? To make sure you’re in the best possible position, take a look at these tips on what to expect from the interview process. Read More...