Deal MAG

Deal – Coastal Courses

For over a year now, we have been giving you a virtual tour of all of our fantastic  centres throughout Kent, but unfortunately the time has come that we've got just one more centre to show you! We will be sure to fill…

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Olympics - Mag

Olympics 2016 – Escape the summer of sport with KAE

Last Friday saw the beginning of the Olympics in Brazil to much fanfare, with billions of people throughout the world willing their home nation's athletes on to success in the next few weeks. However, perhaps you're not a huge sports fan and…

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Business Courses MAG

Accredited Courses – What are the benefits?

It's only a matter of weeks now until results day, where young people across the country will be anxiously waiting to find out if they've gained the satisfactory grades to get into colleges and/or universities, or if they've got the…

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Crafting Kids Mag

Craft with the kids

Now that the schools have all broken up, the summer holidays have begun which for many pupils and teaching staff means six weeks of relaxing and hopefully a holiday too, it may not be quite as relaxing if you're a parent with…

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Janet Mag

Meet our Tutors – Janet Darley – Watercolour

For our latest tutor interview, we went artistic and spoke to Watercolour tutor, Janet Darley, to find out where her passion for drawing and painting came from, how she got into teaching, and what she enjoys most about teaching. Janet teaches…

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Stats Mag

The Normal KAE Learner

If you're learning with us, you might walk around your chosen centre in Kent and see a lot of familiar faces, or maybe one of your favourite things about your course is that your fellow learners are of the same age and have similar…

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Pers Dev Mag

New (academic) Year, New You

When the beginning of a new year arrives, we've become accustomed to cliches such as "new year, new me". We're guilty of it as well, last December we wrote a piece on new year resolutions and how they can help you…

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Sittingbourne Mag

Super Sittingbourne

A fairly small town in the east of Kent, Sittingbourne got its name simply from the fact that there is a small stream, or bourne, running underground through part of the town. Sittingbourne was anciently written as Sedgingbourne or in Saxon, Saedingburga which means…

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Sewing TW

Sewing – Getting handy with a sewing machine

Whether you're a complete sewing novice or consider yourself handy with a needle and thread, it's likely that at some point in your life someone has at least attempted to teach you to sew, even if it was just sewing…

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Sevenoaks Mag

Become inspired at Sevenoaks

Sevenoaks, a historical town which is home to what is widely regarded to be the oldest secular school in the UK as well as the Vine Cricket Ground, believed to be the oldest cricket ground in existence, games are reported…

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Response Learners

Celebrating Our Response Learners’ Achievements

In celebration of National Volunteer Week and the Festival of Learning 2016, Community Learning and Skills (CLS), part of KCC’s Education and Young People’s Services were proud to be joined by Cabinet Member for Community Services Mike Hill OBE to…

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summer schools

Immerse yourself in a KAE Summer School

The days seem to be lasting forever at the moment with the sun going down later and later. As we step ever closer to summer (despite the typically British weather) we start to plan activities such as trips to the…

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