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7 Museums to Visit in Kent This Half Term

7 Museums to Visit in Kent This Half Term
What’s on the agenda for half term? Fancy learning about the history and culture of the county you live in? Kent has a broad range of museums which are inspiring spots for all members of the family to explore. Read on for a few of our favourites! Read More...

8 Things to do in Kent This February Half Term

8 Things to do in Kent This February Half Term
February may bring colder, wetter weather, but with these fantastic events taking place at Kent’s top attractions, there’s no excuse to not get out of the house this February half term! Read on for our top 8 picks of things to do in Kent over the coming week. Read More...

Why Are Fewer Girls and Women Interested in Working in STEM?

Why Are Fewer Girls and Women Interested in Working in STEM?
Today marks the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, a day celebrated by 68 countries who support and promote women and girls in science. According to recent UCAS data, 35% of STEM students in higher education in the UK are women. For years women have been underrepresented in STEM (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics) university courses and in the workforce. Read More...

3 Activities To Positively Impact Your Mental Wellbeing

3 Activities To Positively Impact Your Mental Wellbeing
If we have more conversations with each other we can break down the barriers and associations with loneliness, shame and worthlessness that many of us feel day to day. This specific day provides an opportunity for your organisation to encourage wider conversations surrounding this topic and introduce new activities within the workplace. Read More...

National Apprenticeship Week 2020

National Apprenticeship Week 2020
In light of National Apprenticeship Week taking place from 3rd to 9th February 2020, this year’s theme is “Look Beyond”. With the weeklong celebration, the theme focuses on the typical stereotypes around apprenticeships, and celebrates the wide range of diverse opportunities that apprenticeships bring to an organisation. Read More...

Young Carers Awareness Day 2020

Young Carers Awareness Day 2020
Today marks Young Carers Awareness Day, an annual event led by Carers Trust. This day is committed to raising awareness of the challenges faced by thousands of young people in the UK who help to look after a family member. Read More...

GCSE Timetable For Schools And Teachers

GCSE Timetable For Schools And Teachers
Teachers and other education staff throughout the UK will be preparing their students for the summer GCSE exams. Depending on which examination board your school is using, you can access a downloadable and printable version of each timetable. We have collated information within one location to assist you with your planning, teaching, exam revision and key dates for your students. Read More...

Creating The Schools Our Children Need

Creating The Schools Our Children Need
The need to improve educational achievement has been recognised for many years yet most reforms proposed in the past have been ineffective and sometimes counterproductive. It appears that when both the costs and the potential impacts on student achievement are examined, two changes seem to produce the greatest improvement for the least cost: a knowledge-rich curriculum and improving teacher capacity. Read More...

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...

5 Facts You Need To Know About Winnie The Pooh

5 Facts You Need To Know About Winnie The Pooh
Although many of us will have fond memories of reading the loveable collections, we often forget that Winnie the Pooh was inspired by a real bear. Read our 5 facts to find out more about the making of Winnie The Pooh. Read More...
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