Posts for Learning

Budehaven’s Paralympic swimmer is 8th in the world

  Year 12 Budehaven student, Adam Roebuck, is a World and British Paralympic Swimmer. Adam is a truly committed swimmer, training most mornings before school and following a strict diet […]

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Meditation Class starts in Bude at the Parkhouse Centre

By Helen Shingler:   This new meditation class started on Wednesday last week and is being run by through the Kadampa Buddhist Centre in Plymouth. The teacher James is a […]

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Budehaven students take part in World Ocean Day

From Budehaven’s Facebook page (used with permission): On Friday 8th June, Year 8 students from Budehaven Community School visited Summerleaze Beach to take part in the huge World Ocean Day […]

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Want to write for Bude & Beyond?

Recently, we put out a call for contributors to Bude & Beyond. If you are interested in learning how to be a volunteer writer/reporter for Bude & Beyond, training will […]

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First Aid at Work lev 2 course – Bude

Whether for your business, to care for yourself or family, everyone needs to know First Aid. If you only have 1 or 2 people to train we have opportunities coming […]

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Exeter research highlights turtle deaths through fishing

We are right to be concerned about sea pollution and plastics but small-scale fishing in som e parts of the globe is also a problem. For tens of thousands of sea […]

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National Bookstart Week to encourage reading

Cornwall is celebrating National Bookstart Week this week (4-10 June) with stories, rhymes and fun activities in many of its libraries to encourage families to have fun reading together. Activities […]

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Police partner with social enterprise to benefit schools

From Devon & Cornwall Police: Hydroponic equipment confiscated from criminal drugs operations is to be used for organic food growing projects in schools thanks to a partnership between police and […]

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Prawns have personalities – who knew?

Prawns have personalities – and cautious crustaceans do better in the battle for food, new research from Exeter University shows. Scientists from the University studied rockpool prawns (Palaemon elegans) and […]

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Exeter Uni shows off research at Royal Cornwall

Students and staff from the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus will be at the Royal Cornwall Show again this year to showcase research taking place in Cornwall. Through interactive displays […]

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Branch Line to Bude Exhibition

Had a sneak preview of a new exhibition at the Castle in Bude which opens today. It is in the old ‘Gurney’ room which was full of engineering stuff – this […]

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Route 39 to be Atlantic Academy?

A letter has gone out to parents confirming a change of name from Route 39 Academy to Atlantic Academy. The North Devon school has been stricken by problems almost since […]

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Virtual safe space to help bumblebees

The many threats facing bumblebees can be tested using a “virtual safe space” created by scientists at the University of Exeter. Bumble-BEEHAVE provides a computer simulation of how colonies will […]

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Equine therapy – Dartmoor ponies ‘rescue’ students and mentors

At 7.30am on Saturday 12th May 2018, Dartmoor ponies, George and Smartie, led the way at the start of the Ten Tors Jubilee Challenge from Okehampton Army Camp on Dartmoor, […]

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Join in The Wave Project

Local Surf School, Bude Surfing Experience, has joined forces with The Wave Project to deliver Surf Therapy to youths in North Cornwall. Thanks to Clive Symm for letting us use […]

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