The 9th Aylesbury Scout Group has Beaver and Cub groups meeting at Buckingham Park Community Centre each week.
Beavers meets on Tuesdays from 5.45pm until 7.00pm and is for boys and girls aged 6 to 8 year olds.
Cubs is for boys and girls aged 8 to 10 years old and meets on Tuesdays from 7.15pm until 8.30pm.
The section has vacancies for Beavers and Cubs, and also welcomes any parents who would like to join the leader team.
UPDATE: NOVEMBER 2016
The Scout group for Buckingham Park is now a stand alone group: 12th Aylesbury (1st Buckingham Park).
If you would like to get in contact please use the group's website:
The website has a contact form for general enquires and membership enquiries.
A group of talented musicians from the Aylesbury Music Centre performed a concert in our school hall today.
The children also had the opportunity to see, hear and learn about a range of orchestral instruments.
We enjoyed a diverse repertoire of tunes including pieces from Lady Gaga, Kung Fu Panda and Pirates of the Caribbean!
If your child is interested in learning a musical instrument, take a look at the Aylesbury Music Centre Website.
An exciting day today as the Science Dome 'landed' in our school hall!
Children in our Reception classes visited the dome to discover space and beyond - learning about the stars and the planets.
Our Year 1 and Year 2 children took a journey across and under the sea.
The Science Dome is a blacked-out, purpose built, mobile dome with advanced digital technology capable of showing 360 degree pictures and films.
Today we have launched a weekly newsletter especially for parents of nursery children.
We hope that our Nursery parents will find the newsletter informative and interesting. All parents are, of course, very welcome to read 'Nursery News'. It is available to download from the letters page of the school website.
We joined in with the Jamie Oliver campaign to raise awareness about better food education on Food Revolution Day on Friday 17th May. This is a global day of action for people to make a stand for good food and essential cooking skills.
The children in Year 2 have been busy creating three of their own special fruit smoothie recipes and prepared these delicious drinks for a special playtime treat on Friday.
We are very grateful for the support of Tesco, Morrisons and NIsa (Buckingham Road) for their generous contribution towards our ingredients.
Click the picture to see our recipes!
Little Sunshine Cakes are running some cup-cake decorating classes for parents and children during May half term.
The courses are as follows:
Buckingham Park Community Centre
29th May, 2 - 4pm
30th May, 10am - 12pm (for under 6’s)
30th May, 1pm -3pm (7 years and over)
Booking is essential.
£10 for Parent & 1 child, additional £5 per extra child
07530 211 708
www.facebook.com/little sunshine cakes
We are busy planning our first ever Summer Fete!
We need your help to make this an amazing event for the entire community.
We'll need plenty of support in the run up to the event in the following ways:
- Promoting the event
- Selling Grand Draw tickets
- Asking business and organisations to donate prizes or sponsor a stall
- Getting everything ready for the big day
We'll also need lots of help on the day. Please put the date in your diary now because we'll need lots of support to make this event successful.
Our next planning meeting is on Friday 24th May at 2pm. Please come along if you can. Many hands make light work!
Thanks to all those parents who attended our Maths Information Evening.
The parents had the opportunity to make a magnetic fishing game, learn about how our maths is taught in school, discover ways to support children at home, and toured the classrooms to take a look at some maths activities.
All the resources from the evening are now available on the school website. Click here to visit the maths page.
In the week when Warren Gatland selected his British Lions squad to face Australia, another Lions team were impressing supporters at Aylesbury Rugby Club.
The Buckingham Park Lions participated in a Rugby Festival with lots of other local schools and performed really well, finishing third in their group. The team played with a fantastic spirit and a superb attitude. We are proud of the way in which they represented our school.
Perhaps one day one of our team will be playing for the British Lions? Watch this space!
Too see some more photos, click the picture.
Keeping you up to date with the life of Buckingham Park CE Primary School