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Early years and childcare

Information on activities and services for children 0-14 years and up to 16 if they have special needs.

Early years directory

Comprehensive directory of Buckinghamshire schools and early years placements

Early Years Pupil Premium

The Government is giving money to Early Years providers to help children from lower income families do their very best.

Early Years Pupil Premium

Find out if your eligible for Early Years Pupil Premium

eAudio book downloads

Download unabridged audio books for free.


Download ebooks for free.

Economic development

Buckinghamshire Business First supports business.


We provide quality education for all ages, at venues across the county.

Education of looked after children

Making sure children in public care have all the support they need to do well at school.

Education Welfare (now County Attendance Team)

Every school in Buckinghamshire has an attached casework Education Welfare Officer (EWO).

Educational psychology

Support for children and young people aged 0–19, their parents/carers, educators or other professionals/agencies.


Results of our last elections.

Elective home education

Information for parents thinking about providing education for their children at home instead of sending them to school.

Eleven plus tests

How to take a transfer test for entry into secondary school

Emergency closures

Find out if your school is open or closed.

Energy from waste

Using waste to create energy.

Environmental problems

This is the environmental problems section.

Environmental records centre

Collecting information about the biodiversity and geology of Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes.

Environmental sustainability

Ensuring developments meet the needs of the present without compromising the future.


View, sign or submit a petition.

EPS book shop

The Phonological awareness training (PAT) programme teaches children to read, spell and write phonically regular single syllable words by making analogies.


Events in your local area.