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Council supports NHS consortium as preferred bidder for children’s health and wellbeing services in Devon
NEW Devon Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) recommended that Devon Children and Families Alliance (The Alliance) be selected as the preferred bidder for the 23.8 million-a-year contract, of which Devon County Council contributes £1.6m. The contract will be awarded for seven years from 1 April 2019, with an option to extend it for a further three years.
The county of Devon is providing a chance to start life afresh free from fear for children who have arrived on their own in the UK having fled conflict in their native countries.
There’s been another increase in the number of children applying for a place at a secondary school in Devon this September. Devon County Council today announced it was offering more than 98 per cent of families one of their three preferences.
Education Secretary Justine Greening has confirmed details of a new funding system for schools in England.
We’re asking parents of pre-school age children to let us know if they can’t find suitable childcare. It’s so that we can help parents arrange the childcare hours they need, and because we want to know where there’s not enough provision to meet demand.
A celebration of nearly 300 years of service to children in Devon by 10 headteachers has been held by the county’s schools chiefs.
Work has begun on a new £2.9 million primary school for Loddiswell.