Staff at Buckinghamshire Council have been working hard to prepare 850 laptops provided by the government to be ready to distribute to vulnerable pupils across Buckinghamshire.
For some young carers the COVID pandemic has put them in an impossible situation
During the month of June, staff and students at Chiltern Way Academy Wendover Campus worked diligently to create their own time capsule to remember this unusual period
As schools get ready to welcome back more pupils from 1 June, Buckinghamshire Council is asking parents to help reduce the numbers of passengers using school transport services by following government guidance and taking their children to school if they are able to do so.
Chiltern Way Academy - Wendover has had a lovely letter of praise.
Medical students from the University of Buckingham are making regular 'check-in' phone calls to local elderly and vulnerable residents who are shielding from Covid-19.
Community support in Buckinghamshire during the coronavirus emergency is the topic of today's video update (Vlog) from Buckinghamshire Council Leader Martin Tett.
A very creative trio from Wendover!
How important are the Performing Arts in a child's development?
At Chiltern Way Academy things have certainly been busy this last month