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  • Are you aged 14-19 and interested in cheerleading, parkour, judo, table tennis and much much more

    Did you know that Kent Sport run Satellite Clubs which are extensions of community sports clubs or physical activity sessions which are established in a venue, usually a secondary school or college and specifically targeting the 14-19 age group. They are normally run by sports, dance or fitness clubs who bring their expertise and enthusiasm to local venues and aim to offer sport and physical activity in the way that the young people want to receive it. There are a wide variety of activities with something for everyone - full list of courses available

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  • Free Course - Managing my money for 16-18 year olds

    Whether you’ve recently left school, are still studying, about to start on an apprenticeship or thinking about university, this course is for you.

    This free course, Managing my money for young adults, covers everything you need to know to get you started on the new and exciting financial journey that lies ahead. It offers practical tips on what to start doing now and to continue doing as you progress on your chosen path.

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  • PAC-UK and Adoption UK - Free Guides for Adoptive Parents and School Staff

    PAC-UK and Adoption UK have published two complementary education guides, for school staff and adoptive parents respectively, to help ensure adopted children get the best possible educational start in life. The guides explain why these vulnerable children may need additional support in school, what educational entitlements they can attract and what support is available for them.

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Welcome to the Virtual School Kent Website

This website aims to be a one stop portal for professionals working with Children in Care (CiC) and Young Care Leavers (YCL). It is a place to access information, advice and guidance, share best practice and gain a complete picture of the multi-agency work which goes on in support of our CiC and YCL.

I hope that you will find this website useful and I would welcome any feedback on it as we continue to develop it so that it meets all of your needs.

Yours sincerely,

Tony Doran
Headteacher
Virtual School Kent