The ambition for Scotland's Learning Estate Strategy is to improve outcomes for communities by connecting People, Place and Learning
The Learner Journey exhibition looks how school pupils and teachers can use simple tools and exercises to improve the spaces they learn in
In the Annual Review for 2018 we look back at the key activities and projects that we undertook in 2018.
A&DS has invited a number of design professionals to share their ideas on the voice of young people in learning spaces.
Sophie Logan, Hoskins Architects, writes about the development of the Bridge Arts Centre and how it became a hub of learning and participation.
Val Clugston, Research and Creative Director, Nomad RDC writes about taking a people centred approach to designing spaces.
Ann Allen writes about how a major campus development project can benefit both the university and the community beyond.
A&DS asked a number of young people to share their experience of co-design - here Ross Cowan writes about volunteering and creating a tangible outcome
A&DS asked a number of young people to share their experience of co-design - here Amy Chalmers writes about rights in the digital world.
A&DS asked a number of young people to share their experience of co-design - Neva Brown writes about the youth commission on mental health services