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Safety concerns close new Scottish school

Safety concerns close new Scottish school  » 

Dumfries and Galloway Council has closed a new £28m school until independent assurances can be given on the safety of the building.

Review of Scotland’s building standards urges changes

Review of Scotland’s building standards urges changes  » 

A review of building standards compliance and enforcement in Scotland says the system needs to be strengthened.

More primary pupils in over-size classes

More primary pupils in over-size classes  » 

The number of primary school infants in classes of over 30 pupils has nearly doubled since 2011.

Doncaster college to boost STEM skills  » 

Hundreds of students will be trained to become experts in engineering and digital technology to help deliver the skilled workers local businesses need at a state-of-the art new college in Doncaster.

New air quality and ventilation guidelines for schools

New air quality and ventilation guidelines for schools  » 

The Government has announced updated guidelines for improving indoor air quality, thermal comfort and ventilation in schools.

Unisex toilets anger parents

Unisex toilets anger parents  » 

Newly installed unisex toilets at the Little Lever School in Bolton, Greater Manchester have angered parents and led to a Facebook campaign against the facilities.

ANALYSIS: Wales leads the way with quality and sustainability  » 

The Welsh Government’s 21st Century Schools is a long-term strategic investment in schools, with the first band of funding totalling £1.4 bn. Jessica Taylor of the architect. Architype analyses the thinking behind the move and highlights one of the programme’s first fruits.

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First Passivhaus secondary school for Wales

First Passivhaus secondary school for Wales  » 

Appointments have been awarded for a major £23m all-through Passivhaus secondary school project in Machynlleth, Wales, the first of its kind and the latest big budget education project to be announced through Wales’ 21st Century Schools funding programme.

Construction charity builds links between schools and industry  » 

The Construction Youth Trust, a charity that promotes careers in the construction industry, has joined forces with Northfleet Technology College to introduce students to the built environment sector.

DfE should involve architects more in estate planning, says top designer

DfE should involve architects more in estate planning, says top designer  » 

The Department for Education is not doing enough to make full use of architects in maximising the use of space in school estates, says a leading schools architect.

UNISON pledges to fight FE cuts  » 

The public sector union UNISON has vowed to continue to fight for further education jobs and to negotiate the best conditions for workers in the face of what it calls “drastic and on-going cuts”.

Special needs schools to get an extra £50million

Special needs schools to get an extra £50million  » 

Councils are set to benefit from a £50million funding boost to create additional school places and state-of-the-art facilities for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), giving families more choice and helping to meet increasing demand.

SEN school recognised in RICS awards

SEN school recognised in RICS awards  » 

Glenwood School in Benfleet, Essex has won the Community Benefit category in the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Awards.