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Adult Learning

Adult Learning provide inclusive learning opportunities that promote well-being and inspire people living or working in Buckinghamshire to achieve their potential. You can find out more on their website www.adultlearningbcc.ac.uk

Information for parents of children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities

The Local Offer sets down in one place what help there is for children and young people with special educational needs or who have a disability in Bucks.

The Local Offer has two key purposes:

  • To provide clear, comprehensive and accessible information about services available and;
  • To ensure that local services involve and listen to the wishes and aspirations of local children/young people with special educational needs and their parents and carers, when they develop and review the service they provide.

You can visit the website here: www.bucksfamilyinfo.org/localoffer

Information about education in Buckinghamshire

You can find lots of information about schools and education on the Buckinghamshire County Council website education section: http://www.buckscc.gov.uk/education/

For example this includes, but is not limited to:

  • Schools admissions
  • Term dates
  • Schools transport
  • Adult Learning
  • Youth services

There are also various colleges and universities in Buckinghamshire:

Childminders and school pick ups

The Buckinghamshire Family Information Service

You can find a directory of childminders on the Buckinghamshire Family Information Service website. If you use the filters on the left hand side of that page you can see which Childminders are able to help with pickups from particular schools.

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