Over the next few months we want to actively seek out opinions around school design with other school experts; so architects, educationalists, school communities, headteachers, funding bodies, clients, councils, the Government, and whoever else will speak to us.
With an election round the corner, this appears an optimum time to keep school design on the radar. We need to understand the policies of each of the political parties, and review the impact of a possible change on government (or not). How can government policy inform better school design, and how can architects inform better policy? Ultimately, can we develop an action plan to enable the delivery of appropriately designed quality school places with children at the heart of the proposals?
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