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A royal visitor is in Kent. The Duchess of Cambridge is meeting children at a primary school project in Wrotham.
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Medway Council is inviting potential providers to submit their applications to establish and operate a new primary academy in Chatham.
Residents are also being asked for their views on the proposals for the new primary school based on the former Chatham South site on Letchworth Avenue, Chatham.
Proposals for the new primary provision were given the go ahead by Medway Council’s Cabinet last month and now the council is inviting potential providers for the academy to come forward.
The primary will cater for up to six hundred and thirty children aged three to eleven.
It will be open by September 2014, to cater for a forecasted 22 per cent rise in the number of places needed in Chatham by 2016.
More than a thousand primary school pupils have got together for a sporting festival at Tonbridge school, to celebrate the Olympics.
The school's been selected as the pre-training camp for the Australian Athletics team.
Children have been trying out a huge range of sports, from archery to climbing.
Here's Ian McBride's report on a visit by the Duchess of Cambridge to a children's centre in Kent.
Our reporter Iain McBride went to speak to children who met the Duchess to find out what she was like.
In her first visit to Kent, the Duchess of Cambridge has visited the 'Expanding Horizons' Primary School Scheme at Widehorizons Margaret McMillan House.
She met children from ARK's King Solomon Academy Primary and joined in their activities, including making a shelter, fire building and cooking.