Building spaces for the future
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3 March 2010
The Royal Society, Carlton House Terrace, London
10am–12pm (arrive from 9.30am)
The world is fast changing and we are all aware of the need for education to keep pace – to engage and develop learners with skills fit for the 21st century. But how can we ensure that the buildings and spaces that we create are future-proof and take into account what education should look like in the future rather than what it is now?
This event will draw on recent research by Futurelab about young people’s view of what learning spaces should look like in the future to offer practical support to Local Authorities, schools and those going through building programmes such as BSF and PCP.