Like any place of learning, an independent school should be a second home, somewhere pupils can count on for support and inspiration as they develop as individuals.
Tradition continues at Chartwell, the family home of Sir Winston Churchill in Westerham, with the arrival of its newest recruit – a marmalade cat named Jock
Phil Wise, Head of the Senior School at Kent College Canterbury (KC), shares the benefits of pastoral care and why student welfare should be the number one priority for any school.
Nina Callow reveals why she’s documenting her family’s life in lockdown
A High Sheriff whose year has been brought to a standstill before it’s even begun, Remony Millwater has gained impressive new social media skills
Sir Mick Jagger on his Dartford roots, his lifelong buddy Keith Richards and why fans still flock to stand on Platform Two of the local train station
She has been a mainstay of BBC soap EastEnders for 35 years, playing the much-loved character Dot Cotton, but June Brown says she’d rather be in Folkestone now than Walford
Join us on a literary journey around the Kent coast to see how it has inspired writers over the centuries
The new Patron of the Barn Theatre at Smallhythe recalls a happy Kentish childhood
Singer Katie Kittermaster, 19, from Hawkhurst on performing live with some of her music heroes
We very rarely have a conversation about wills because people don’t like talking about death. Actually though, a will is about securing the future of your loved ones you leave behind
Kent Life celebrates the local charities offering safe homes to abused or unwanted animals in the county
Kent Life looks at the contribution ellenor makes to patient care at Christmas, in the hospice and through its community palliative care teams
Kent Life meets three families with young children being supported by the hospice charity ellenor
Rural communities throughout the UK could be eligible to receive funding via the Calor Rural Community Fund from energy provider Calor