Aylesbury College’s recently published annual report titled ‘The Facts Speak for Themselves’, confirms that 94% of the College’s 2,899 students achieved the qualifications they signed up for, a 4% rise on the previous year. 96% of students say the College has met their expectations.
Students and staff at the John Colet School took part in Anti-Bullying Week in November 2014.
The Aylesbury College Day Nursery is delighted to learn that they have retained a ‘Good’ OFSTED report following a recent inspection.
The largest learning event in history at TNMOC
Aylesbury College students have been taking part in a series of activities as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, the world’s largest campaign to help young people explore their potential as self-starters and innovators.
Bucks UTC is backing the government’s Your Life campaign to show the career opportunities unlocked by studying science and maths.
A survey published by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) today (Thursday 2 October) shows that 88% of businesses overwhelmingly feel that many young people are not adequately prepared for the workplace.
‘Going for Gold’ (GFG), an exciting new apprenticeship initiative in Buckinghamshire, was officially launched at Missenden Abbey in September by the Rt Hon David Lidington MP for Aylesbury.
Four of Bucks UTC’s construction students have discovered what it’s like to work on site, following a week’s work experience with contractor BAM on its Kings Cross and Milton Keynes projects.
Bletchley Park’s Education Programme is doubling in size to meet a huge increase in the thirst for knowledge of WW2 Codebreaking and its legacy.