Scotland's Learning Estate - Connected Learning, Stronger Communities.

Scotland's Learning Estate - Connected Learning, Stronger Communities.

Connecting the Education Community

Phase 2 of Scotland’s Learning Estate Investment Programme, launched at the end of 2020, will see £800million of investment across 18 local authorities. 25 new schools will be constructed or refurbished to provide modern, state of the art learning facilities for approximately 21,000 children and young people across Scotland.

Learning Places Scotland is your best opportunity to meet with and expand your professional network of key players in the Scottish education community.

A word from the event partner:

The theme for the 2021 Learning Places Scotland conference is Scotland’s Learning Estate – Connecting People, Places and Learning and building on the success of the previous events, it is an opportunity for everyone involved in education to come together with those directly involved in creating excellent buildings to discuss how the built environment can support the best possible educational outcomes for our children, young people and wider communities. I look forward to seeing you all in Glasgow on the 23rd and 24th November.”

Jamie Hepburn MSP, Minister for Higher/Further Education, Youth Employment & Training, Scottish Government.