The Shepherd’s Hut Outdoor Nursery in Wendover had the great privilege of being visited by Aylesbury Fire & Rescue Service on the 7th November. The team arrived in their fire…
NEWS FROM THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE: Five more Bucks residents bestowed with royal honour
The five BEM recipients with Sir Henry Aubrey-Fletcher and High Sheriff Julia Upton Five Buckinghamshire residents who between them have dedicated a total of 138 years to good causes, were…
Next weekend [30 November and 1 December] will be the last chance for families to visit the animals at Thrift Farm - before they take their usual winter break.
A state-of-the-art Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) creation platform is the latest addition to the acclaimed Learning Programme at The National Museum of Computing thanks to a donation by CoSpaces Edu
Shout out for SEND conference Twenty eight young people aged between 11 and 18 attended a youth conference earlier this month, to give their views on current services for children and…
Buckinghamshire’s Virtual School is supporting more care leavers to go on to higher education and university.
One hundred female students were inspired to take up careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) at The National Museum of Computing.
Experience wheelchair sport. That’s the challenge that local Charity, WheelPower, is setting for school aged children aged 6-16 years old in Buckinghamshire and surrounding areas.
Pupils from Bierton CE Combined School in Aylesbury are joining with thousands of children across the UK to take part in International Walk to School Month, with help from local homebuilder Barratt Homes North Thames
Last week the County Council announced the roll-out of over 1400 commercially-run school bus places