Adopting good practices in an effort to achieve social, cultural, economic and environmental benefits for a building is of vital importance, says Neil Sturrock, chairman of the Heritage Group at the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers

Schools are beginning to design spaces that better adapt to the latest ideas in teaching and learning, creating connected communities in which students feel they belong. Architectural team leader Darryl Beck explains how

An updated piece of building and safety legislation that aims to reduce accidents during construction projects is going to affect all schools in control of their own building management. Louise Hosking explains how schools can comply

Education Business gives an update on the Priority School Building Programme, examining the latest schools submitting plans and developing new buildings through the funding

With the Priority School Building Programme in full swing, Education Business looks at some of the schools that have opened, and reports on a new funding stream coming from Europe

As the general election approaches, the Government announces more details about which schools are to receive funding for urgent repair and refurbishment work under the Priority School Building Programme

With many schools receiving funding to have their old school buildings rebuilt, the Society of British and International Design examines whether the same desired affect can be created with refurbishments, and discusses the key challenges

Education Business looks at the most recent developments in the Government’s Priority School Building Programme, tasked to rebuild some of England’s most run-down schools

The government’s Priority School Building Programme has seen 14 schools completed, with 59 currently under construction. Education Business looks at some newly-opened school buildings

Andy Mitchell of the Design and Technology Association discusses how schools are managing with the new D&T curriculum requirements within a rapidly-changing educational landscape

Education Business looks at schools that have had their dilapidated school buildings rebuilt as part of the government’s Priority School Building Programme, as well as some projects in the pipeline

Rachel Toms, leader of the Design Council’s Active by Design programme, looks at how the physical fabric of a school can be altered to encourage a more active lifestyle among school children

With reports of poor conditions in schools struggling to meet the needs of a growing population, Education Business reviews a number of projects that may point to new solutions

A well designed and maintained school roof is vital to avoid costly repairs down the line. Where repair and maintenance are concerned, it is essential to have an understanding of the construction and technology of our roofs, writes Ian Henning from the National Federation of Roofing Contractors

The first school to be rebuilt as part of the Priority School Building Programme has opened its doors, and a second round of funding to continue the scheme has been announced. Education Business looks into the initiative which aims to rebuild England’s most dilapidated school buildings

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