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A Kent tourist attraction has been ranked as one of the best of its kind across the country.
Education in part of Kent is set for a major transformation as two incoming trusts aim to turn a failing school around.
The number of children "persistently absent" from school has more than doubled in the last five years.
Hundreds of thousands of teenagers are sitting on unclaimed cash, warns HMRC, because Child Trust Funds with money inside them have been forgotten.
Proposals to make three single-sex grammar schools mixed have been ‘postponed’ by the Department for Education.
Pupils experiencing mild anxiety may be better off in school, says England’s medical officer, in a letter to schools addressing attendance problems.
From apprenticeships to exam resits what are the options for students once they’ve collected their GCSE results?
A children’s football coach said his team and others may have to fold because of a “disgusting” ruling by a youth league.
A survey of young people has revealed an increase of cyberbullying.
People are being warned to stay off the tracks after a rise in trespassing– with more than 1,700 risking their lives on Kent’s railways in a year.
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