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A letter has been sent to Headteachers and Safeguarding leads from the police, referring to advice from the PHSE Association on helping pupils following the terrorist attack in Manchester. The letter has been circulated by the Devon Association of ...
Posted: 26th May 2017View full article >
Just as governing boards had signed off their budgets for 2017/18 schools were surprised to receive last minute information relating to an increase in Support Staff Pension costs. Schools were informed of these changes effective from 1st April ...
Posted: 25th May 2017View full article >