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Western Morning News: School applies to join trust as new head starts

West Exe School has been given a new temporay head teacher as it moves to become part of an educational trust in Exeter. Page 7.
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Express and Echo: Troubled Exeter school loses another head teacher

It has been confirmed that the headteacher of a troubled school in Exeter has left. Last week, the Echo reported how Sönke Beyer had been absent from West Exe School since the beginning of the new term. Express and Echo. Page 4.  Also http://devon.cc/2ksct devon.cc/zurbq
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Press Release: West Exe head leaves school

The governors of West Exe School have announced that headteacher Sönke Beyer has left the school. Chair of governors, David Kernick, said: “Mr Beyer has chosen to leave West Exe School with effect from the end of October 2016." devon.cc/gya60
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Express and Echo: School hopes to become an academy

Exeter's West Exe School in St Thomas is planning to become an Academy. It would see the school funded directly from central government, rather than through Devon County Council - and control their own admissions. Express and Echo. Page 9. devon.cc/yqfwl
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Radio Exe: School gives reassurance over bullying claims

An Exeter head teacher has defended his school against claims that it doesn't tackle bullying. The head of West Exe says it has a strong anti-bullying policy and plenty of support for pupils. Earlier this month a mother was taken to court for removing her 13 year old daughter from West Exe - the parent claimed she'd been bullied and nothing had been done about it. Radio Exe. devon.cc/7zmdw
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