Education

This category contains articles relating to the education, schools and the Educational scene in Wendover, including public and private education.

More sessions to help people get online

  |  Published: Dec 29th 2015
Extra sessions for people wanting to gain basic computer skills are being run by Aylesbury Library, thanks to a Government grant through the Tinder Foundation.

John Colet’s Blue Day

  |  Published: Dec 15th 2015
Once again students and staff at the John Colet School participated in a special mufti day to raise awareness of National Anti- Bullying Week (17th – 21st November).

High Sheriff visits Aylesbury College

  |  Published: Dec 15th 2015
The High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire, Mrs Francesca Skelton, and her husband John recently visited three of Aylesbury’s most prominent educational institutions

Campaign is a hit for sexual health

  |  Published: Dec 9th 2015
In a special campaign to mark Sexual Health Testing Week (November 23-27), Bucks County Council's Public Health Team joined with Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and the Terrence Higgins Trust to run a series of events around Buckinghamshire to increase awareness of the importance of testing in helping you stay free of sexually-transmitted infections.

Wheelchair Fencing at Aylesbury College

  |  Published: Dec 9th 2015
On Thursday 3rd December Aylesbury College celebrated the International Day of Persons with Disabilities with partner organisation the International Wheelchair & Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS).
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