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News archive - September/October 2018

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.