Hurry up, I’m trying to relax!

Hurry up, I’m trying to relax!
Many teachers can attest that it can be hard to fully relax over the summer holidays when there are essays to mark and lesson plans to create. Educators often report experiencing a conflict of thoughts such as should I be planning? Am I making the best use of this time? Compared with the need to relax take some much-needed time out. Do you feel the same? Read More...

Simple First Aid Tips to Teach Your Child at Home

Simple First Aid Tips to Teach Your Child at Home
Learning first aid at school can be an important life skill that not only could save lives, but can also help children to become more independent. While most school-aged children are currently out of the classroom due to the Covid-19 pandemic, they can still learn basic first aid techniques by getting creative at home. Here are our top tips to help parents impart vital first aid and health and safety knowledge to children. Read More...

Get Active This Summer with Kent Sport

Get Active This Summer with Kent Sport
If your children have been unable to participate in their normal clubs and school activities during the coronavirus pandemic, then you may feel that they have been missing out on the benefits of physical activity. The Kent School Games My Active challenges will help your child to stay fit and healthy at home over the summer holidays. Here is what you need to know. Read More...

How Teachers Can Make The Most of Summer

How Teachers Can Make The Most of Summer
After another academic year of constant working and planning it can be quite daunting when the summer holiday break arrives leaving yourself asking’ ‘What’s next?’ ‘How do I get the most out of my time off?’ Well after months of putting others ahead of you, working late creating lesson plans, marking work, stressing about the day ahead you can finally focus on yourself! Read More...

Traditional Kentish Baking

Traditional Kentish Baking
It seems like everyone is doing some sort of lockdown baking at the moment with cupcakes and bread being the baking “go to”, but why not try something new this summer with a traditional Kentish bake? We guarantee this recipe will get your taste buds tingling and impress your family and friends on Facetime! Read More...

Love Parks Week 2020

Love Parks Week 2020
Love Parks Week is a campaign by Keep Britain Tidy to encourage everyone to get outside in the fresh air and enjoy local green spaces. During the last few months, getting out in parks has made a huge difference to people’s mental health and well-being, that’s why we have chosen to support the campaign and celebrate our local parks! Here are the Kent-Teach team’s favourite parks in Kent. Read More...

5 Free Things to Do in Kent Summer 2020

5 Free Things to Do in Kent Summer 2020
As the UK gradually emerges from lockdown and our favourite outdoor activities begin to become more accessible, it is a great time to start thinking about your summer plans. Although the summer holidays will certainly be different this year, there are still plenty of fun and, most importantly, free things to do in Kent! Read More...

10 Sports to Try This Summer

10 Sports to Try This Summer
As the warmer weather sets in and we slowly emerge from the lockdown, the summer holidays may look a little different this year. With the latest government guidelines, groups of up to six people from different households are now able to exercise outside. Read More...

Post-Pandemic Kent Bucket List

Post-Pandemic Kent Bucket List
It finally seems like the British public is regaining some aspects of normal life with lockdown gradually easing. We have endured weeks of being stuck in the confines of our homes, but we can start to look forward to some fun-filled family days out now some of Kent’s most popular attractions have begun to reopen. Here are 5 of the county’s best-loved days out that you can enjoy this summer. Read More...
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