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Welcome to DAG

The Devon Association of Governance (DAG) is the association of school governing bodies in the Devon Local Authority (LA) geographical area with over 4000 members.

DAG membership is free and automatic for any school governors, trustees and similar school governance volunteers together with clerks in a governing board within the Devon LA, whether Maintained school, Academy or with another designation.

However, each individual is required to manually register in this website to access its resources, read news articles and receive the automatic e-newsletter.

DAG associate membership is available for schools outside the Devon LA geographical area.

DAG, in conjunction with Babcock Governance Consultancy and the Diocese of Exeter, has organised a free evening seminar on Wednesday 26th June 2019 at 6pm to update governors about the new inspection framework.The seminar will be held at Tiverton High School. Click here to book your place.

Feel free to browse the website and contact DAG with any enquiries or feedback.

Latest News

Academy Trust Related Party Transactions Guidance

From Monday 1 April 2019, the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) will introduce a new policy where academy trusts must declare a related party transaction before they agree it with their supplier. Academies must also seek approval from ...

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Posted: 4th Apr 2019

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New Ofsted Framework Seminar Reminder

Have you booked your place for a free Ofsted Framework Seminar on Wednesday 26th June 2019 at the Tiverton High School, 6.00pm? DAG has arranged, in conjunction with Babcock Governance Consultancy and the Diocese of Exeter, a free evening ...

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Posted: 3rd Apr 2019

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