Notre Dame Primary School – Remade Learning Places Example 1

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“Remade Learning Places: Example 1” is the first example in a series supporting the “Remade Learning Places: Why refurbish?” guidance which Architecture and Design Scotland published earlier in 2015 to help local authorities improve their school estate by refurbishing existing buildings.

The first example shows how the Notre Dame Primary School in Glasgow, a listed urban primary school, was refurbished and extended to co-locate two merged primary schools and a nursery in a conservation area.

This supporting series of publications complements the Scottish Government’s £1.8 billion Scotland’s Schools for the Future programme and the Inspiring Learning Spaces Fund, all of which aims to ensure Scotland becomes a world leader in education.

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