An ambitious new vision for how public services will come together to better help and support children and their families in Devon is being launched this week.
Devon County Council’s deputy leader and Cabinet member for schools, James McInnes, is helping to lead the coalition as national chairman of the fair funding group f40.
More than £1 million is to be spent on improving special needs education in Devon. Devon County Council’s Cabinet approved the investment at its meeting on Wednesday 10 July.
The new headteacher of a North Devon secondary school has won the strong support of independent inspectors for the improvements he is making to students’ education.
We have developed the Children and Young Peoples Plan from the things that staff, parents and children have told us are important. We are now checking we have got this right.
Pupils from 29 Devon schools, who took part in the annual Big Pedal challenge organised by cycling and walking charity Sustrans, walked, cycled and scooted their way to make an astonishing 45,465 journeys.
A chance for professionals in the local community to learn about out about free resources and services that will help them to keep children and adults safer online.