This animation looks at what outdoor learning can mean in its widest form. The school can be seen as the hub from which learning radiates out into the school grounds, the immediate surrounding, the wider town and community, and even the wider world. If we start mapping these into learning, the classroom is no longer the only, or always the best place for learning.
Historically, geographically, climatically and culturally, Scotland offers schools and their pupils one of the richest and most varied...
In December 2020, with Scottish Futures Trust, we hosted an event on the Learning Estate Investment Programme (LEIP) Phase 1 projects.
A&DS offers a design support to education authorities offering an external view, peer support, facilitation and learning networks.
Jack Dudgeon MSYP for Eastwood and Vice Chair of the Scottish Youth Parliament, asks designers to be radical when they create learning spaces.
Young People, wellbeing and creating better learning outcomes will be part of this year’s Education Buildings Conference in 2018.
A leaflet summarising the learning from 20 individual Inspiring Please Spaces projects, supporting the Inspiring Learning Spaces publication.
In a series of articles we spoke to architects about what makes a great learning environment. Hear from Lucy Plumridge from HLM Architects.
A publication of lessons learned from the Inspiring Learning Spaces (ILS) initiative for those in the learning and estates community across Scotland.
Scotland has a wealth of design talent creating great learning environments: this blog series brings together a collection of these experiences.
In a series of articles we spoke to architects about what makes a great learning environment. Hear from Paul Stallan of Stallan Brand.
For technology to be adopted by schools, staff, students and the community, many interrelated aspects need to be considered. Here are 10 thoughts.