We are getting ready to publish thousands of children's My Mum drawings ahead of Mother's Day. Here's how to get your copy of the special pull-out:
The disadvantages of lockdown now outweigh the benefits for youngsters, says doctor and TV presenter Dr Ranj, and they must be given some normality.
The disruption caused by Covid-19 means fewer pupils have been offered spaces in their first choice secondary schools.
Confirmation all pupils will return in March has led to huge demands for new uniform says one Kent supplier with many supermarkets out of stock too.
How can children collect £1 book tokens and where can you snap up free books? Here's everything you need to know about World Book Day in lockdown:
A brave little boy from Kent is being given a prestigious Gold Blue Peter badge alongside celebrities Marcus Rashford and Greta Thunberg.
If you're children are doing more playing than academic work as we near the end of home school, there are still huge benefits to their learning:
Is there a park, play area or woodland nearby you've not yet tried? Here's 30 in Kent currently open to visitors...
Is your child passionate about the planet? This competition, where winners' work will be shown to world leaders, may be the ideal lockdown activity.
There are just days left to send us your children's Mother's Day drawings for inclusion in our fantastic My Mum supplements. Learn more here:
Not sure how to keep the kids amused during half term? Here's 50 suggestions of things to do for anyone in need of fresh inspiration...
Stay local, do not travel and don’t mix households is the message to parents ahead of next week's February half term break.
How do you monitor screen time and internet use at home? From toddlers to teens we share some age appropriate expert online safety tips.
A reception teacher who began making phonics and maths videos to help his tiny pupils learn at home is now being watched as far away as Ireland.
Gary Linekar is amongst the sports stars lending their support to a children's mental health app launched by a Kent charity and Gills footballer.
A performing arts group is supporting children's mental health by offering free singing classes, which has proven benefits for wellbeing.
Youngsters are being asked to photograph or draw what brings them joy in lockdown for a new social media challenge.
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Extra carriages are being added to Kent services and more staff drafted in, to make room for thousands of pupils returning to school by train.
Families will be able to enjoy paddleboarding, canoeing and kayaking from the end of this month when watersports centres reopen.
A colourful art trail based on a world famous children's book character is back this summer bringing some much needed joy to a town centre.