In England, City Technology Colleges were established which allowed the Tories to target their wider political objectives of increasing selection, weakening the power of local education authorities and teacher trade unions, and introducing privatisation into English state education.
As well as Ukraininan students International students had to flee Ukraine as Vladimir Putin’s war against the country gathered pace.
Wheels of Time is a partnership of the participating museums and heritage sites developed to encourage children and their families to explore heritage sites in Kent.
Juliet Blackburn gives a brief overview of Professor Stuart Russell’s recent Reith Lectures on Living with Artifical Intelligence.
Thomas Aveling School is proud of young illustrator from Kent Adam Banks, for his illustration of a children’s book about a dog called Rex
The author tells of life enhancing experiences on school exchange visits abroad, friendship and sadness at the loss of this opportunity
How do we get children and young people interested in COP and ways to battle climate change? Catherine Lynch offers some fun activities.
Kent Scouts use Shelterbox to mark World Habitat Day. Scouts taking part are encouraged to design and build their own temporary shelter.
What do you need to become a school governor? Theresa Dickens explores the topic for us, based on her own experience of becoming a governor.
Layla Moran introduced a motion on Europe. We need paper-free tours for artists and musicians. Turing does not offer the benefits of Erasmus+