With important GCSE and A-Level exams, particularly Science, just 9 months away what options do parents have to support their children?
Young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities invited to share ideas to improve information for people moving into adult life
Young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) are being asked to share their views, ideas and experiences to help create packs full of information, advice, guidance and personal stories to support other young people with SEND as they move into adult life.
The popular annual history festival from Buckinghamshire Archives is going entirely online for 2020
The new school year will soon be with us: make sure youngsters feel calm about what lies ahead. Former teacher Catherine Lynch of education resources and lesson-planning experts PlanBee has ten tips
Most parents do not think their children understand road dangers or concentrate properly when near roads, a new survey reveals as pupils prepare to set off back to school from next week.
With children and young people going back to school and college from 2 September, Buckinghamshire Council is working to alleviate the potential problem of insufficient seating capacity on public transport buses once the new term starts
Aylesbury MP, Rob Butler, has welcomed the announcement that the Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School in Aylesbury will benefit from £478,725.60 to improve school facilities.
Milton Keynes based charity UK Astronomy is hoping to inspire more communities to explore the skies with the help of a fully kitted out van.
The head students from the John Colet School were Local Faces in August 2020.
A group of children in care in Bucks have been the lucky recipients of a free Kindness Wave in the form of an art and activity parcel to keep them entertained during the summer holidays.