Student and teacher

The KMPF newsletter is published fortnightly and sent out by email. It features news from within the the Partnership as well as highlighting significant national news from the sector. 

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Broadstairs beach

We would like to wish you all a wonderful summer break, and thank all members of the Kent & Medway Progression Federation, as well as our wider colleagues and networks for your engagement and contribution to the work of the Federation this year.

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Edward Timpson MP group photo

Edward Timpson MP, Minister for Children and Families, launched a new qualification for those working with young people leaving care at a conference organised by the Care Leaver Progression Partnership (CLPP) on June 4, 2014, at the University of Greenwich in Medway.

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UofK Group

With exams coming up, some students will be leaving school soon. If they have been part of your KMPF cohort, please ask them to fill in end of year forms before they leave.

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Art competition

Page Turner art competition winners, including winners from KMPF partner schools will be on display at Turner Contemporary this summer.

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Who we are

The Kent & Medway Progression Federation is a partnership between Canterbury Christ Church University, the University for the Creative Arts, the University of Kent, Kent County Council, Medway Council, East Kent College, and 40 schools, working together to raise the attainment and aspirations of young people in Kent and Medway who may not otherwise consider higher education as a route to success.

- KMPF is governed by a Supervisory Directorate, for member information click here
- Want to know more about the core team and partners? click here
- To download our latest annual report click here

 

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