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All Local Education Authorities (LEAs) in the United Kingdom were invited to compete for funding. Twelve LEAs and 30 schools were selected. • Eight drivers of change in school building design were identiﬁed during the study: developments in education, changes in the organisation of the classroom environment, developments in ICT, inclusion, increasing community use of school buildings, the need for ﬂexible and adaptable school buildings, development in building technologies, and issues of sustainability.
Form follows function” is not so clear or direct when there are multiple functions that buildings must serve. (Andrew Bunting, presenter) Proﬁle Andrew Bunting is director of Architectus, Melbourne, an architectural ﬁrm comprising more than 160 architects in ﬁve cities. Architectus has been involved in the design of several award-winning schools in Australia and New Zealand. It is committed to providing inspirational environments that are conducive to the learning experience, based on the belief that places of learning should be attractive, inspirational and functional for all staff and students.
Teachers can use these elements from the internal or external environment to enhance and complement the curriculum. 43. National University of Singapore High School of Mathematics and Science, Singapore Learner as botanist. On the Eco-Learning Trail, students can learn about species and characteristics of ﬂora and fauna, natural habitats, natural processes such as respiration, and the interdependence of ecosystems. The trail meanders through courtyards between teaching blocks, along the main concourse.