Learning Places Scotland Conference | Focusing on the Scottish Government’s Learning Estate Strategy

Learning Places Scotland is an annual event which, in partnership with the Scottish Government, brings the education sector and learning community together. It’s all about discovering ways to transform and refine internal and external learning environments into sustainable and adaptive spaces.

The event covers topics such as funding, design, build, maintenance and management of early years, schools, colleges and universities across Scotland – relevant to both new builds and refurbishments. With the ever expanding digital arena, and achieving net zero and improving sustainability as well as adapting to the pandemic’s challenges, Learning Places Scotland will continue to provide an opportunity to innovate the future of the learning estate in the coming years.

Learning Places Scotland 2021

Returning to celebrate its 4th year, Learning Places Scotland 2021 finally took place in person, in November, welcoming back the education community. There were presentations from keynote speakers including representatives from Glasgow City Council, Education Scotland and Microsoft UK as well as a learner-led discussion by pupils from West Calder High School, and many other leaders throughout the education sector.

Conference sessions were based around five sub-themes: suitable, sustainable estate, low carbon, inclusive growth and digital estate. Follow this link for a summary of the highlights.

LISTEN TO PODCASTS FROM 2021

LISTEN TO PODCASTS FROM 2021

DOWNLOAD 2021 SPEAKER PRESENTATIONS

DOWNLOAD 2021 SPEAKER PRESENTATIONS

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