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The Devon Association of Governance (DAG) has the following vacancies for the Devon Education Forum (DEF).
Primary Governor (maintained x 2)
Primary Governor (maintained substitute)
Primary Governor (academy substitute) *
Secondary Governor (maintained substitute) *
Secondary Governor (academy substitute) *
The Devon Education Forum (DEF) is made up of representatives from schools and academies, but with some representation from other non-school organisations, such as nursery and 16-19 education providers. The forum acts as a consultative body on some issues and a decision-making body on others and meets termly in County Hall Exeter. Follow the link for further information on the work of the Devon Education Forum.
DAG is committed to a transparent and representative election process to ensure that DAG Schools Forum members fully represent DAG constituents in their governor subgroups (primary, secondary, special and academy*)
If you would like further information about any of the above vacancies please contact Amanda Blewett on [email protected] All DAG representatives to DEF are given DAG Associate status – further information on this can be found in on the DAG website www.dagdevon.uk in the Schools Forum section, including a link to the Devon Education Schools Forum site for further information from Devon County Council.
*Note: Academy representatives represent the proprietor bodies of academies and are, therefore, not necessarily restricted to principals, senior staff or governors.
If you would like to become more involved with the work DAG does across the County, please use the Contact Us form to let us know.
Devon County Council are looking for maintained governor representatives on Devon Independent Appeals Panel and People’s Scrutiny Panel. If you would like further information please contact Amanda Blewett on [email protected]