Medical students from the University of Buckingham are making regular 'check-in' phone calls to local elderly and vulnerable residents who are shielding from Covid-19.
Community support in Buckinghamshire during the coronavirus emergency is the topic of today's video update (Vlog) from Buckinghamshire Council Leader Martin Tett.
A very creative trio from Wendover!
How important are the Performing Arts in a child's development?
At Chiltern Way Academy things have certainly been busy this last month
Specialist home visiting service for children with additional needs continues to provide invaluable support to families despite lockdown
A specialist home-visiting educational service for pre-school children with additional needs has made changes to its ways of working in response to the coronavirus outbreak to ensure families continue to receive support.
Schools and further education settings across Buckinghamshire are playing their part to support the NHS and other local health services to help keep their frontline staff safe during the coronavirus…
Buckinghamshire Council’s Traineeship Programme, which helps to prepare young people for work, has been adapted to ensure that learning can continue despite the outbreak of coronavirus.
Buckinghamshire Council has thanked the drivers and care assistants who are working behind the scenes to ensure that vulnerable children and the children of key workers can continue to get to school during the coronavirus lockdown.
Thanks to the Gawcott Fields Community Solar Farm - gawcottsolar.co.uk over £9000 has been given to local schools to support the education of children at home and ensure that they can progress as well as possible in these difficult times.