Around 40 per cent of families took up the offer of classes for their children in Devon’s primary schools this week.
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This week is national Volunteer Week. We’ll be celebrating new Volunteer Champions each day on our social media channels, showing how ordinary people are doing good deeds, kind acts, and generally being lovely people helping other lovely people during the coronavirus pandemic.
Open letter to parents and carers of children with SEND, from Vicky Ford MP Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children and Families.
Last Friday (22 May), the Government announced that Councils will receive a share of an extra £300m to help establish local outbreak plans which will include local coordination and management of infection control and of local testing and tracing arrangements.
Friday 5 June will be the last day that National Bus Pass holders in Devon can use their passes before 9:30am – as the scheme returns to standard operating times
Devon County Council has welcomed today’s Government announcement that local councils are to play a central role in developing new local track and trace plans for their local areas.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. The national theme is ‘kindness’, and we believe that this year it’s especially important that we look out for each other. Kindness, after all, has the power to create community, support and hope.
Our youth service is raising money to buy tech and other means to help vulnerable young people access their services remotely. We’ve given nearly £10,000
Today signals the start of National Smile Month (18 May to 18 June), and Devon Public Health, Libraries Unlimited, Devon’s Childrens’ Centres and Action for Children are raising awareness of oral health hygiene in children and families, in conjunction with the Oral Health Foundation.