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The Devon Association of Governance (DAG) are pleased to confirm the following new members of the Devon Education Forum from 1st September 2019. Primary Governor (academy substitute) *                  Adrian Hines (Rydon Primary ...

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Posted: 23rd Jul 2019

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Schools Finance Update

As we end this academic year the subject of school funding continues to rumble on and will be a continuing theme from September it is worth a quick reminder of what has been in the recent headlines. Teachers Pay Rise: It is reported that ...

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Posted: 22nd Jul 2019

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