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ChildLine Schools Service - NSPCC

ChildLine Schools Service - NSPCC
The ChildLine Schools Service is a free service, delivered by fully trained ChildLine volunteers. Through an assembly and interactive workshop, they educate 9 – 11 year olds about the different forms of abuse, such as bullying and neglect, and teach them who to go to for help should they ever need it. They learn about ‘trusted adults’ that you can ask for help; such as a parent, carer or teacher. And they also learn how to contact ChildLine – either over the phone or online. Read More...

#MyFutureIsBright - Our journey continues to Institute of Education, London

#MyFutureIsBright - Our journey continues to Institute of Education, London
Calling all student teachers at Institute of Education in London… Are you unsure of where to find a teaching job? There’s only one place to visit, KENT-TEACH.COM…!!! The Kent-Teach team will be visiting Wednesday 4th February 2015 to offer advice and information on teaching careers in Kent. If you need help and guidance then please visit our friendly team for a chat between the hours of 2pm – 4pm. Read More...

22 Trick to become a Keyboard Ninja

22 Trick to become a Keyboard Ninja
Using keyboard shortcuts can increase your efficiency levels when using your computer whether you are browsing the internet or using Microsoft application etc. Many of us know and use some shortcuts already but were you aware of all 22?! Read More...

Kent Teacher of the Year

Kent Teacher of the Year
Show your support for a school star... The Kent Teacher of the Year Awards were started to mark the vital contribution that teaching staff make to our community. The awards recognise the expertise and dedication that is the hallmark of an outstanding teacher. Read More...

TALENT STREAM - Coming soon!

TALENT STREAM - Coming soon!
Our NEW Talent Stream… Our main focus this year has been to give schools a pool of teachers they can tap into. Kent-Teach present you the Kent-Teach Talent Stream, a stream of teachers who have expressed a strong desire to work in Kent, who have undergone profiling and we know are exceptional teachers through preliminary interviewing with Kent’s School Improvement advisors. Our new talent stream is set to go live in February meaning schools can place a talent stream request from their profile. Users of Kent-Teach will start to see some changes to their member page- so watch this space. Read More...

Canterbury Christ Church Extra Award

Canterbury Christ Church Extra Award
The Christ Church Extra Award is Canterbury Christ Church University’s personal and professional development award for students. It’s open to any student who is involved in extracurricular activities alongside their degree studies and would like to develop new skills, meet new people and boost their CV. Read More...

2015 New Year Teaching Resolutions

2015 New Year Teaching Resolutions
It’s still not too late to make a New Year resolution! Do you need some inspiration?! Why not try something different in 2015 to continually improve your teaching career. Here are a few ideas to help:- Read More...

New Year, New Career... Become a Teacher!

New Year, New Career... Become a Teacher!
Traditionally, New Year is a time when people re-think their job options and teaching is a popular job choice. Those with established careers continue to change jobs and retrain as a teacher, which provides strong evidence that changing to a teaching career is more achievable than you think! The teaching profession has excellent rewards and challenges and is generally in demand, providing steady jobs and job security. Read More...