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Lessons in healthy and sustainable school-making


This year’s education building forum is approaching fast – but if you’ve not signed up yet, there’s still time to join us at Whittlebury Hall Hotel, Northants on October 3-4 to learn how your peers are tackling the Government’s challenging targets on new builds and refurbishments across the schools spectrum – and doing it sustainably


on time, on budget”.


The new 14,000 sqm Business School in Trinity College Dublin is an exemplar teaching and research building, delivered to NZEB and BREEAM Excellent standards. Greg will give us his insights in delivering this project from start to finish. • Jerry Harmer – Partner, Tate Harmer, whose talk is titled “How can building schools connected to nature have a positive impact on learning?”


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his year’s seminar theme is bang on trend: "Healthy and sustainable schools - the key to better learning”. And to provide insights and top-level market intelligence, we’ve lined up a great list of speakers, who include: • Jesse Putzel – BAM – Head of Sustainability, whose talk is titled “Sustainable Schools, where we’ve been and where we could go”.


Jesse will examine where the sector has got to so far with sustainability and how contractors, clients and supply chain can work together to produce buildings which perform to a higher standard. • Greg Power – Head of Capital Projects and Planning, Trinity College, Dublin, whose talk is titled “The new Trinity Business School - Building best in class


Jerry will talk about the need to improve pupils’ learning experiences and how creating educational buildings closer to nature can have a positive impact on learning outcomes.


• Jane Simpson, Director – Jane Simpson Access and Kate McGechan, Associate– Haverstock, whose talk is titled “How can we make our schools look and feel open to all, and be truly accessible to all?”


Jane and Kate will focus on our perceptions of discrimination. Using case studies of both main stream and SEN schools, they will explore the importance of the brief, which is key in creating inclusive design


• Helen Taylor – Scott Brownrigg and Sharon Wright – the learning crowd, whose talk is titled “Urban schools”.


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Helen and Sharon will discuss their new book, Urban Schools, which looks at how the city can continue to provide the best education experience for children when space is tight.


• Mark Ellson, Director, UK Public Sector Lead, Holmes Miller, whose talk is titled “Designing ‘experienced based’ learning spaces”.


Mark will present three projects, covering early year’s provision, primary and secondary school buildings, where the project brief has been developed to marry with the curriculum and school requirements and creative, cost- effective solutions have been created. • Richard Jobson, Founding Director, Design Engine, whose talk is titled “More than just classrooms”. >>


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