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Inclusive education is more than disability

School buildings need to be equipped to address more than disability to be inclusive, advises the UK’s leading provider of accessible toileting solutions Closomat. The advice comes as new figures reveal the country’s changing social make-up: One in 12 pupils are officially classed as Muslim, prompting consideration to be given …

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School and academies show 2018 Birmingham

School improvement and enhancing pupil outcomes is always at the top of your agenda, so we have made it ours. The Schools & Academies Show Birmingham, taking place on 21st November is the place to hear debate, the latest policies and excellent practice. Recently rebranded to encompass the entire schools …

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Losing Valuable Teaching Time?

Technology is making a significant impact within the education world, with students and staff now entering schools and universities with their personal tablets and laptops, a place to securely store and charge devices has become essential. iLockerz are electronic lockers that offer an impregnable location to store and re-charge personal …

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Be relaxed about building services design

Much of the complexity of designing, installing and maintaining central heating in multi-occupancy low-rise buildings can potentially now be eliminated with a room-by-room solution from Gilberts that combines ventilation with heat boost. The concept means that there is no need to provide radiators in the rooms in which the new …

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A holistic approach to best use of resources in education

A local education authority is optimising best value in a major capital building programme, right through to pupil intimate care. Dundee City Council is undertaking a £350million investment plan including regeneration of the waterfront, affordable housing and new schools. The latest project – construction of the new North East Campus …

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