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+
Nowadays a child in need of special help gets “statemented” for SEN. Claire’s brother spent his life incarcerated due to mental handicap
Debby Jones shares her experience as a research assistant on her Brussels internship; not only gaining invaluable experience, but a (huge!) group of lifelong friends from all across the world.
Not enough has been written about the lockdown impact on the education for our very youngest pupils. Can we postpone the academic stuff?
A Kent Union survey has found out that 42% of student respondents are not satisfied with the quality of their online learning experience.
Erasmus: Universities & Student Unions must now reclaim the rights of students and staff to retain competitive advantage of British universities.