Members of Devon’s Youth Parliament met with with key managers and leaders within the DCFP to discuss the results of the Make Your Mark survey and put forward the views of young people on a number of priority topics.
Schools have done a tremendous job in building confidence and welcoming pupils back, and we have had some great responses from pupils, parents, headteachers and their staff.
What you need to know for the return to school and college next week.
The results of the Make Your Mark national youth ballot are in! Here are the priority topics that young people in Devon want addressing.
Melissa Caslake is delighted to have joined Devon County Council and has shared the following update for Children’s Services staff and partners.
More than 15,000 children across Devon will be receiving food vouchers over half-term as Devon County Council combats holiday hunger.
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.