This successful event was held on the 22-26 October and was attended by the following UK Learning members: Myton School, Warwick, UK. IPACA, Portland, Dorset, UK. Details about this event can be found at www.cefpi.org The presentation by Terry White and Melissa Heppell is available to view and download in the Conference Presentations section of… Read more »
Evidence and experience of design and delivery of Learning Spaces to improve the quality of the learning environment for learners and teachers with international and national contributors. UK Learning Members: FREE Non UK Learning Members: £80.00 Contact UK Learning for concessionary rates
A review of national and international case studies establishing change in learning environments and school facilities.
Teachers, students, researchers and design professionals delivering improved outcomes through the design of new environments for learning.
The shape of things to come…
Re-imagining the learning experience.
Application form for our June events
9th July 2015
Making a reality of improved learning outcomes through Learning Led Design
17th September 2015
A New Term… Policy into new practice as a catalyst for change
19th October 2015
UK Learning National Conference, London
22nd – 26th October 2015
CEFPI International Conference, San Diego
“The workshops provided us with a wealth of knowledge of how to move our practice forwards with regards to ‘super class teaching’, resources and organisation” – Laura Cichuta, Headteacher Abington Vale Stephen Harris presentation:Rethinking spaces for collaboration and future learning in primary and secondary schools. Available to view and download as pdf here Gary… Read more »
Tuesday October 21st, hosted at Stirling House Campus, formerly an office block, which now forms part of Abington Vale Primary School, Northampton. Click here to download a Programme and Booking Form Or make a secure online. PayPal payment here: Delegate rates UKLearning Member £70.00 GBPNon- Member £140.00 GBPEarly Bird Rate £120.00 GBP Click here to… Read more »