Hours of curriculum-based programmes and learning will be shown through television screens from next week as part of work to help pupils at home.
Looking to escape the strains of 2020 for an afternoon? One Kent attraction has a magical answer...
Looking to make the most of the half term holiday in Kent? We've a run down of things to do, events you can book and the days out on offer...
M&S has unveiled its biggest ever Halloween range to help families enjoy a fright night in this year, including this themed Colin the Caterpillar.
Feeling organised? Restrictions mean many half term and Halloween events are pre-book only. We've rounded up those with tickets now on sale:
See out the last of the summer holidays in style with one of our suggestions for the August bank holiday weekend.
Looking for a cheap outing in the great outdoors? Here's our guide to taking the kids crabbing in Kent...
Kent's only Roman museum in Kent has opened with a half price ticket offer - with two children also going free with every full paying adult.
Kent's biggest pantomime has said it won't open this Christmas whilst another in the county is making plans for socially distanced performances.
Two trampoline parks in Kent have launched unlimited Summer Bounce vouchers to help families keep costs down this summer.
Struggling to make the pennies stretch this summer? Here are five Kent attractions where tickets are just £5 or a family could visit for £20 or less.
School's out for summer and here are six attractions open just in time for the six-week holiday.
Bluewater's popular beach-side attraction is reopening this weekend, but there are changes in place to meet the latest government restrictions.
Are you and the kids ready for a change of scene? Here's all you need to know about the next six attractions reopening in Kent.
Whatever you do with the family this Easter, make sure you send us a snap of it for our photographic competition, Snapshot Kent.
Staying at home needn't mean you can't still have a cracking Easter. Here are some ideas to help you get creative this long weekend:
Two mums from Kent who specialise in glitzy meet-ups for parents, are turning their attention to connecting families virtually instead.
From family games to fun with your pets, you've been sending in your entries for our competition, Snapshot Kent. Here's some that we've had so far:
Here are some of the pictures we've had of Kent families coping with lockdown for our photographic competition, Snapshot Kent. Plus how you can enter:
From virtual games to video calling and pets behaving badly - how is your family getting through lockdown? We want your pictures for Snapshot Kent.
A free app, which can suggest things to do indoors depending on a family's number of children and their ages, has been launched.
A Kent attraction has launched two ways to discovering nature together in their gardens or on their daily walks.
A heart-warming story about the world catching a cold is helping youngsters understand social distancing ahead of the Easter holidays. Watch it here.
A Kent dance company has launched online dance classes for all ages to try at home for free.
A Kent firm which supplies schools with everything from sports equipment and outdoor toys to stationary is opening its order books to families.
Families are being encouraged to tune in at 11am and listen to popular children's author David Walliams read the nation's children a story.
If you're looking to enjoy this week's sunshine, or want to take a break after home schooling, here's some parks and open spaces in Kent to head for.
Remind your kids about the importance of handwashing alongside giving them a creative activity with our downloadable poster to decorate.
An award-winning family festival is back and will take over Dreamland.
With further bad weather forecast as the schools break for half term, we round up some of the best things to do with the family on a rainy day.
The National Trust is encouraging families to get muddy, messy and back to nature during half term and has some wild activities to tempt us.
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With home schooling set to continue parents are being offered free access to an online reading scheme used by thousands of primary schools.
One of Kent's most popular classes for children is opening its classes to all children under six, free of charge.
Our fantastic My Mum Mother's Day supplements are back, but with schools closed we need help getting children's drawings to us. Here's how: