Education and learning
Information about our local offer for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.
The CfSSW promotes systemic practice in social work settings across children’s services, overseeing and managing the Practice Leadership Development Programme.
Information about the recommended terms and holiday dates for schools which now have the autonomy to determine their own term dates.
Information about the Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education (SACRE) and how it works.
Guidance and information on Newly Qualified Teacher induction.
Information about the Healthy Schools partnership programme and how to register your school.
In Kensington and Chelsea, ours is a team approach to learning, with parents, pupils, teachers and support staff working together
Information about planning your induction year as a newly qualified teacher. Download an example of a 10 per cent reduction timetable.
Information about training programmes and the associated costs for newly qualified teachers.
Information about lesson observations for newly qualified teachers (NQTs). A monitoring and support programme must be put in place for NQTs.
Information on education and classes for adults, older learners, adults with learning difficulties and disabilities and programmes for families.
Information on adult and family learning policies and strategies including the Subcontracting Policy.
Here you will find information about determined school term and holiday dates 2019 - 20
Here you will find information about determined school term and holiday dates 2020 - 21
View the transport policy for schools and colleges.
The Learning Zone is an online training booking system for professionals working in the Royal Borough of Kensington, City of Westminster and the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.
Cllr Catherine Faulks visits Colville Primary School alongside the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan to hear about the pilot project launched in collaboration with the Child Poverty Action Group.
A look back at the time spent at RBKC by 20 local young people as part of the 2019 Corporate Work Experience Programme.
Parents have a responsibility to make sure that their child is educated. Most children attend school for their education, but parents have the right to educate their child at home - this is called elective home education.
How Ofsted is changing the way it inspects schools
School term and holiday dates for the 2021 - 22 academic year
School term and holiday dates for the 2022 - 23 academic year
School term and holiday dates for the 2023 - 24 academic year
Penalty Notice Handbook
Information for parents/carers, school staff and other professionals working with school age children in relation to absences from school.
Guidance on legal action and what to expect
Here you will find information on exclusions from school.
Children missing education (CME) are children who have no education provision; this does not include children who have a school place but are not attending. Find out more information.
Find out about part-time work which children are allowed to do and download useful information leaflets.