Extra funding is being provided to support schools to provide food parcels or meals to children who are eligible for free school meals.
The Government is providing extra laptops and tablets to support children who do not already have access to a device for remote learning.
GCSEs and A and AS Level exams will not go ahead this summer, with some form of teacher-assessed grading to be used instead.
An autism training course providing practical support and resources for school leaders is starting this January.
Parents have until Friday 15th January to make their application for their child’s Primary School place for September 2021.
The BBC is helping children keep up with their studies during the latest lockdown, by broadcasting lessons on BBC Two, CBBC and online.
Schools, colleges, special schools, and alternative provision will remain open during lockdown for vulnerable children and the children of critical workers.
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