News from September, 2019

Please find a list of every news article from September, 2019 below:

New Education Secretary – Gavin Williamson

At the very end of last term, a new Secretary of State for Education was appointed – Rt Hon Gavin Williamson MP. This will be the fifth Secretary of State for Education since 2010. When appointed he is reported as saying: “It is a massive ...

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Posted: 2nd Sep 2019

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Billions of pounds pledged to schools

The Prime minister, Boris Johnson has promised billions more in spending over the next three years for schools in England. The amount promised is an extra £14.4bn following a campaign by school leaders warning of worsening budget shortages. ...

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Posted: 3rd Sep 2019

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Welcome to the new academic year 2019/20

DAG would like to welcome back all the Devon governors, trustees and clerks from the summer break. We start the term with a new Ofsted Framework in place and DAG will keep you up to date with how inspections go across Devon schools and what we can ...

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Posted: 9th Sep 2019

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Are you an effective chair? Are you considering becoming a chair?

With the start of a new academic year it is good to reflect on what is going on around us and our need to be well informed, so have a look at our new ‘Effective Chairs’ resource for Autumn 2019. DAG supports chairs in Devon by providing this ...

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Posted: 10th Sep 2019

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School Governance 2019 – NGA Report

The National Governance Association (NGA) has just published its state of governance report for 2019. The NGA have been asking governors and trustees their views since 2011. Over the years the number of responses has increased, with 5,923 ...

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Posted: 11th Sep 2019

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