At Speyside High School, Moray, A&DS along with pupils and their teachers “hacked” the flexible space for three days: various settings were constructed, installed and tested before being evaluated by the school and community. The process and learning from the experience is recorded in this report.
Learn more about our work across the learning estate and our collaboration with local authorities to regenerate spaces for learning, by design.
Speyside High School - Flexible Space - Video
The story of making a fabulous space, with commitment, active engagement and a vision at Speyside High School, Moray
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