Medway Test results
This year’s Medway Test has seen more children than ever assessed as eligible for a grammar school place – more than 1,600, almost 200 more than in 2017.
Statement on GCSE results
The portfolio holders for children’s services and education have congratulated students who received their GCSE results on Thursday, 23 August.
Statement on A-level results
The Cabinet portfolio holders for children’s services and education have offered their best wishes to young people and advised of the opportunities available across Medway.
Medway celebrates schools which took part in The Big Pedal
Schools across Medway have been awarded certificates for taking part in a national competition which aims to get children more active on the school run.
Planning for the future of Medway children
Medway Council is planning for the future to ensure there is suitable special education need provision in years to come.
Children get their primary school offer
More than 97.5 per cent of children in Medway who are due to start primary school in September 2018 have been offered a place at one of their preferred primary or infant schools.
Medway's exam results show great improvements
Medway’s infant and primary school children have made significant improvements in their examination results this year.
Parents encouraged to take part in the school admissions consultation
There’s still time to take part in a consultation on Medway’s school admissions process.
Statements on the Medway Test delay
Cllr Andrew Mackness, Portfolio Holder for Children's Services at Medway Council, said: "Firstly I'd like to apologise to all of the families and young children who were left waiting for results".
Councilllor's congratulate students on A-level results
In a joint statement following A-level results day on Thursday, 17 August.