A cyclist is injured on the roads in the Canterbury area each week, new data has revealed. Kent County Council’s Road Safety Team will be working with Kent Police this April to try and bring that figure down. Figures show that 53 cyclists were injured on the roads in Canterbury in 2015 with nine of…...
New school health services are being rolled out in Kent which will see greater access for children and young people to support for physical and mental health issues. Kent County Council has awarded two new contracts – the Primary School Public Health Service and the Adolescent and Targeted Emotional Wellbeing Service – to Kent Community…...
A record number, 97% of Kent children will be offered one of their preferred primary schools on Primary offer day 18 April. This is the highest recorded percentage achieved since coordinated primary admissions began. 16,855 children will receive a school of their preference with 15,429 being offered their first preference school, nearly a 2% improvement on…...
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