Paessler’s solutions to protect and preserve the world’s oldest working computer
“Anyone can be taught how to draw and paint but being creative is a totally different way of seeing and perceiving the world we live in.”
Susanna Challinger took her work to Parliament on 13 March
An intergenerational project designed to foster community spirit is reaping benefits for pre-schoolers at Grasshoppers Day Nursery and residents at B&M Care’s St Leonards Care Home in Aylesbury.
Buckinghamshire County Council's Cabinet has agreed a series of changes to the way the county's home to school transport service operates.
New elements are being added to the Learning Programme at The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) on Bletchley Park thanks to funding from Issured, the digital transformation and cyber specialists.
The 2019 Relaxed Opening sessions for people with autism at The National Museum of Computing are already proving highly popular and visitors are advised to register promptly for the increasingly popular sessions.
Rhona Savin, 24, is attending Parliament to present her chemistry research to a range of politicians and a panel of expert judges, as part of STEM for BRITAIN on Wednesday 13 March. She grew up in Wendover, and is now a PhD researcher at the University of Nottingham.
An update on the new Early Years Foundation Stage class.
Findings of the recent home to school transport public consultation, and recommended changes to the service, have been published today in a Cabinet report (22 February).