Buckinghamshire libraries are looking forward to reopening their doors and welcoming customers back, with libraries across the county starting to reopen from Wednesday 2 December onwards.
Students across Chiltern Way Academy, Wendover are entering this year’s Ventura Design Museum competition.
Pupils at Olney Infant Academy in Olney have received a donation of hi-vis bag tags from David Wilson Homes to help them shine bright during Road Safety Week.
Enrolling young children in nurseries could be incredibly beneficial to their wellbeing and development, according to Ashbourne Day Nurseries. The group – which has three settings in Milton Keynes – recognises the importance of varied and stimulating care provisions for their children and new starters.
In a bid to help Milton Keynes pupils stay safe with social distancing, Barratt Homes has donated 100 floor stickers to a local primary school.
CWA Wendover continues to strive for the best ways to communicate with our students. The nationwide rules around face coverings are being implemented around the school to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Council in ‘listening mode’ as Post-16 educational transport and home to school transport policy consultation starts
A public consultation launches today to hear the views of parents and residents on how Buckinghamshire Council can continue to improve its educational transport policy.
For parents with children who are due to move up to secondary school next September, the end of October is the cut-off date to apply for secondary school places.
Watch out for World Food Day on October 16.
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