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"See" the Alphabet with Your Body!

"See" the Alphabet with Your Body!
The alphabet may seem like easy pickings to us adults, but for kids, learning the alphabet in preschool or nursery can be daunting. If your child struggles with this, take heart—you're not alone! If flashcards and other visual practices seem to be wearing thin, try something new through "kinesthetic", or whole body, learning. Read More...

Tell Me More About... George Orwell

Tell Me More About... George Orwell
Eric Arthur Blair, most commonly known by his pen name George Orwell, was born on the 25th June 1903 in Bengal, India. A world-renowned writer, essayist, novelist and journalist to name but a few, he was known for novels such as ‘Animal Farm’ and ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four’ Read More...

9 of the Best Picnic Spots in Kent

9 of the Best Picnic Spots in Kent
It's time to grab your comfiest picnic blanket, fill a wicker basket with yummy food and head out of the door to one of these delightful picnic spots in Kent! Read More...

Let’s Get Pushing

Let’s Get Pushing
"We use this opportunity to berate about GCSEs to come and the struggles they’ll face if they don’t ‘buckle down now.’ It is, in some cases, the pre-GCSE push. The final countdown." In this post, our guest blogger considers the similarities between becoming a new mother and preparing her students for GCSEs... Read More...

8 Tips on Avoiding Decision Fatigue

8 Tips on Avoiding Decision Fatigue
We’ve all had those days that are mentally exhausting. As teachers, there isn’t much downtime as you have to manage a full classroom and interact with others all day long. Both your body and mind use a lot of energy to get through the day. Fortunately, there are ways you can lessen the work your brain has to do. Read on to find out how! Read More...

The Daily Mile™ Comes to Kent!

The Daily Mile™ Comes to Kent!
The Daily Mile is a fun, free, global initiative which sees schoolchildren run or jog, at their own pace, for 15 minutes a day to improve their physical, social, emotional and mental health. Sport England are now funding 13 Local Coordinators for The Daily Mile initiative across the country, and Kent are one of the lucky 13 Read More...

Kent’s Local History

Kent’s Local History
May is Local and Community History Month, so here at Kent-Teach we are taking a step back in time and delving into Kent’s historic past! Read on to discover the fascinating history right on your doorstep... Read More...

Family Friendly Things To Do in Kent During May Half Term 2019

Family Friendly Things To Do in Kent During May Half Term 2019
With the May bank holiday and half term just around the corner, are you wondering what fun activities are going on in Kent? There are so many things to see and experience throughout Kent, with a number of family friendly activities and attractions right on your doorstep. Read on to see our top picks! Read More...

Let’s Swap the School Run for a School Walk

Let’s Swap the School Run for a School Walk
Let’s Swap the School Run for a School Walk! With Walk to School week underway, now is the time to get those troublesome kids out of the car and on foot. Not only will this help with adding exercise to their day, but it’s great for the environment too. Read on to find out more... Read More...