Mark Your Mark allows 11-18 year olds to have their say on the issues that mean the most to them. Voting is opening throughout November.
Led by Devon’s Youth Parliament, Greener Devon Week highlighted the issue of climate change and promoted green ideas to help save the environment.
An update from Jo Olsson, Devon County Council’s Chief Officer for Children’s Services and Chair of the DCFP Executive Group
Useful information and resources to help you and your child prepare for the return to school in September.
Here’s what you need to know about this year’s A-level and GCSE results.
School attendance will again be mandatory from the beginning of the new academic year. Read the latest guidance on what you need to know about the return in the autumn term.
With schools set to reopen in September, Public Health England has a produced a range of free resources for schools and parents to reassure families about the return to school and to help ensure it happens safely.
If you’re a working parent and have a 3 or 4-year-old child, and your income has changed, you could still be eligible for 30 hours of early learning and childcare per week from September.
Our libraries started reopening earlier this month, and from today, Monday 20 July, more libraries will be opening to public access with the expected rules around social distancing.
With the end of term approaching, we wanted to remind you that young people in Devon can access free and confidential mental health support over the summer at Kooth.com.