View “Knocking down the barriers to learning (also known as walls)”
15th July 2016
A traditional Victorian school in West Thornton is being transformed into a beacon of collaborative learning by its visionary leadership team. Inspired by Google’s offices and other forward-thinking…
View “From Zero To Hero”
7th July 2016
How a disused space has been transformed into a bright, colourful learning hub where students can develop their independent learning skills.
View “Introducing the Learning Commons (it’s a bit like a library, only really cool and super popular)”
20th June 2016
How do you encourage reluctant readers (in this case boys) to engage with books? It might seem counterintuitive to get rid of most of them and house what’s left in a cool, flexible space replete wit…
View “Back to school? What employers can learn from universities about working environments”
1st June 2016
Universities have been forced to think long and hard about the role their environments play, both in attracting and retaining students and delivering a high quality learning experience.
View “Display: how to kick the sugar paper habit”
It’s quite possible that the way schools display students’ work hasn’t changed in around 40 years.
View “Is your classroom environment helping or hindering learning?”
25th May 2016
If learning was an Olympic sport, with teams of coaches, nutritionists, data analysts and physiotherapists supporting our learners, we’d be top of the league tables
View “Full STEAM ahead”
10th May 2016
The drive to improve take up of STEAM (STEM + Arts) subjects is forcing a rethink about the environments in which these subjects are taught.
View “The Art of Meetings in the 21st Century”
4th May 2016
Meetings that involve 15 people slouched around a board table, waiting hours for the bit that involves you while trying not to eat all the biscuits, are rightly recognised as a waste of time.
View “How to create learning spaces for 21st century skills”
27th April 2016
More and more teachers are looking for spaces that enable their students to develop ‘soft’ skills.
View “A space of one’s own: why your students need a Focus Zone”
10th November 2018
Next in our series is a space where students can get away from it all, get their head down and crack on with no interruptions.
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