Sixty young people from across Buckinghamshire are getting a taste of the world of work this week (w/b August 3) in a five-day activity programme to help them choose a career.
A course in health and social care aimed at getting long-term unemployed people back into work has been hailed an astounding success.
Three Aylesbury College Sports students will be featured on official posters for #ThisGirlCan, a national campaign developed by Sport England celebrating active women and aimed at increasing activity levels and sports participation of women and girls.
If you go down to the Aston Clinton Green Park Woods today you would see the most amazing experience and learning for children aged 2 – 11 taking place!
As we fast approach the end of a very successful year for Wendover CE Junior School, it is only right that we reflect on all that has been good as we plan for September.
A Junior school in Aylesbury has gone from 'requiring special measures' to 'Good' overall in less than two years in a report published Friday, July 17 by Ofsted.
We would like to thank our past and current parents for their monthly donations to the school as their generosity has enabled us to purchase a new minibus
Bucks UTC student Greg Smith already knows his future is secure.
Lone parents can learn a range of skills, including food hygiene, first aid and interview techniques, on free courses set up in High Wycombe and Chesham over the coming months.
Competition to inspire female students in computing to mark the bicentenary of Ada Lovelace