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KMPF works with 40 schools in Kent and Medway where pupils are most likely to benefit from additional support to help raise their aspirations and attainment towards considering Higher Education. Through the partnership, we provide these schools with access to a range of free, targeted outreach activities to meet the needs and ambitions of their pupils.

Map of Partner Schools
Map of Partner Schools

Below you will find a list of KMPF schools in Kent and Medway:

  • Astor College
  • Brockhill Park Performing Arts College
  • Brompton Academy
  • Cornwallis Academy
  • Dover Christ Church Academy
  • Goodwin Academy (formerly Castle Community College)
  • Greenacre Academy
  • Hartsdown Academy
  • Herne Bay High School
  • Hillview School for Girls
  • Hugh Christie School
  • King Ethelbert School
  • Longfield Academy
  • New Line Learning Academy
  • Northfleet School for Girls
  • Northfleet Technology College
  • Oasis Academy Isle of Sheppey
  • PGW Sixth Form
  • Saint George's Church of England School
  • Sandwich Technology School
  • Spires Academy
  • St. Anselm's Catholic School
  • St. Augustine Academy
  • Strood Academy
  • The Abbey School
  • The Charles Dickens School
  • The Ebbsfleet Academy
  • The Folkestone Academy
  • The Holmesdale School
  • The Leigh Academy
  • The Leigh UTC
  • The Malling School
  • The Maplesden Noakes School
  • The Marsh Academy
  • The North School
  • The Robert Napier School
  • The Royal Harbour Academy
  • The Sittingbourne Community College
  • The Whitstable School
  • Towers School and Sixth Form Centre
  • Turner Free School
  • Ursuline College
  • Walderslade Girls School
  • Westlands School
  • Wilmington Academy

For more information about contacting the Partner Schools, please go to the Partner Schools Area

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Access key information for your school including: Schools' Packs, activities and lists of key contacts.

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Partner Schools' Area

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