Ofsted “left with a clear sense of the key milestones in the local authority’s improvement journey, the challenges that remain, and plans for future improvement.”
New ACE Tiverton School will open in September 2019 following a £4.2m investment, offering 70 places for secondary aged pupils with Autistic Spectrum Condition (ACE).
Welcoming new staff from Children’s Community Health and Wellbeing Services from Public Health Nursing, Portage, ROVICs and Children’s Homes.
Devon County Council’s deputy leader and Cabinet member for schools, James McInnes, has written to Education Secretary Damian Hinds on behalf of all the political parties on the council calling for more money for education.
We’re very proud of the fantastic work our social workers do here in Devon and we would like to encourage nominations across all categories for this year’s Social Worker of the Year Awards.
A report by the Devon Children and Families Partnership into the historical sexual abuse of a young girl identified missed opportunities by agencies that may have prevented the extent of her abuse.
By providing timely and creative support to meet the complex needs of young people and their families and to prevent care being needed. Parents will be supported to engage in appropriate interventions.
All of the services supporting children and young people with SEND were inspected in December 2018.As a result, the Local Authority and NHS Devon were asked to make improvements. A Draft Written Statement of Action has been prepared to show how we will make these improvements.
The Devon Youth Offending Service (YOS) project is to prevent the criminalisation of children in care.
Devon and Cornwall Police say the most likely form of child sexual exploitation (CSE) in the south west is perpetrated by other young people. #CSEDay19