The heyday of British home computing in the 1980s is the focus of a pop-up display at The National Museum of Computing on the Bletchley Park Estate until 30 June 2020.
Specialist learning and development programme is giving Buckinghamshire’s social workers the best start
Buckinghamshire County Council’s academy for newly qualified social workers in Buckinghamshire is supporting them to develop important skills and knowledge at the start of their social work careers
A new campaign is being introduced this week to help protect the small army of lollipop men and women across Buckinghamshire from rising levels of abuse and aggression they receive.
The coming generation of cyber-security specialists will benefit from the announcement by The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) that Qufaro is its exclusive Cyber Education Partner.
Buckinghamshire Adult Learning, the main provider of part-time learning courses for adults in the county, has received a rating of ‘Good’ in a recent Ofsted inspection.
Update - end of autumn term 2019
Buckinghamshire County Council, Chiltern District Council and HS2 contractors, Align, have worked together closely to find a better solution for access to the planned Chalfont St Peter tunnel vent shaft.
A crack team of professional organisers descended on The National Museum of Computing to help prepare for the popular family-friendly Winter Bytes Festival.
Entrepreneurship is alive and well in Buckinghamshire Schools
A schoolboy from Tring will be performing in the English National Ballet's adaptation of Nutcracker at the London Coliseum this Christmas.