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Exhibition2023

Visiting Learning Places Scotland

Learning Places Scotland is a unique platform bringing together representatives of every level of education from senior representatives of the Scottish Government and their associated agencies and bodies including Scottish Futures Trust, Architecture and Design Scotland, the 5 Hubs, councils, heads of schools, colleges and universities. All share the common goal to drive the development of education in Scotland.

You will have the opportunity to meet suppliers of innovative products and equipment currently available as well as technology that will shape the educational environment of the future. Not only will you be able to learn more about these products and how other companies have integrated them from technical specialists on the stand but you can also see a live demonstration so you can make an informed choice.

This year’s exhibition will feature a section dedicated to the latest technologies, designed specifically to enrich the educational environment.  For more information about EdTech Scotland, click here.

Participating companies offer

  • Modular, offsite & portable buildings
  • Frameworks
  • Consulting, project management, QS & engineering
  • Washrooms & related products
  • Roofing, cladding, insulation & acoustics
  • Furniture
  • Flooring
  • Windows & doors
  • Facilities services, management & technology
  • Play & sports equipment
  • Lighting
  • Street furniture & canopies

Last year’s exhibitors include: The Scottish Government, the hubs, Morrison Construction, Forbo, Twinfix, Altro, Saint-Gobain Ecophon, Delabie, Community Playthings, Glulam Solutions, Atkins and many more.

 

More about Scotland’s Learning Estate Investment Programme

The successful completion of Phase 1 of Scotland’s Learning Estate Investment Programme set out with an objective to benefit 50,000 pupils across Scotland through modernising schools across 11 local authority areas.

Phase 2, launched at the end of 2020, which saw £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. The programme will deliver digitally enabled, low-carbon schools and campuses, ensuring they are inclusive and welcoming places that meet the needs of the whole community.

Phase 3 of Scotland's Learning Estate Investment Programme has been announced. More school building projects across Scotland will now benefit from a share of the £2 billion Learning Estate Investment Programme (LEIP) to build new, modern, state of the art facilities.

Discover more at Learning Places Scotland 2024!

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