The museum is still the same great people with a wonderful line up of exhibitions and events
COVID has caused many young people to delay thinking about their future.
More than 30,000 young people with disabilities and special educational needs will be able to take part in The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, thanks to a grant of £300,000 from the Freemasons.
Smiles and tears were the order of the day at Carrington Infant and Junior Schools in Flackwell Heath as they bid farewell to a beloved friend.
The museum is fully open once again from Tuesday 18 May
Local residents in Buckinghamshire can sign up for a free series of online talks, starting from next week
HS2 in Bucks & Oxfordshire update: New look HS2 online educational resources focus on STEM stars of the future
The education pages on the HS2 website have undergone a major redesign
FCC Environment, which operates the nine Household Recycling Centres (HRCs) on behalf of Buckinghamshire Council, was delighted this week to be able to share the fruits of its labours by providing 15 bags of compost made from Buckinghamshire garden waste with local school Highcrest Academy.
Fifty-six schools in Buckinghamshire are now nationally recognised for their work in getting pupils to school using 'foot power' during the 2019/20 academic year.
Abuse and dangerous driving at school crossing sites are on the rise say lollipop men and women at Buckinghamshire Council after schools reopened to all pupils in March.