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Fundraising for Sport, through Sport

Sporting events are excellent fund-raisers. If they are organised and publicised effectively they attract wide support and can be a very enjoyable way of inducing people to charity work.

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22/09/2009
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Recycling – With Africa In Mind

Even if your surplus furniture is no good to you anymore, it can still make an important contribution to children’s education in Africa.

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22/09/2009
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Angels Rush In

Two years on, one of U.K’s greenest schools is a sustained sucess.

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22/09/2009
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Heads warn about deepening BSF and PFI problems

A survey of schools involved in BSF and PFI schools has found that deep-seated structural problems in the schemes are sapping the morale and energy of school leaders. Howard Sharron reports.

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22/09/2009
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Scape a modern method of construction

Increased certainty, projects on which the design process fows and the ability to meet the diversity of client needs are on the wish list of every contractor and professional team. It is to meet these demands that six prominent Local Authorities formed Scape System Build Limited.

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22/09/2009
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Teaching Outside Of The Box

Colin Burden, Director of Plincke Landscape Ltd, argues that BSF is an opportunity to see a real change of attitude in how outside spaces are designed and used.

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22/09/2009
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Designing Classrooms

Designing classrooms in less than a day! Rhyddings Business and Enterprise School, Oswaldtwistle, East Lancashire.

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22/09/2009
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The true cost of crime in our schools

Michael Brooke, West Yorkshire Police ‘Force Architectural Liaison Offcer’, considers how schools can take some important steps to prevent their resources being diverted to dealing with crime.

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22/09/2009
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Temporary school accommodation

The Government’s Building Schools for the Future programme is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to rethink the way we approach relocatable buildings for schools. Damian McColgan, Head of Business Development at Terrapin, looks at the challenges, ground rules and possibilities.

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22/09/2009
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Design Guide for BSF Temporary Buildings

Currently most temporary buildings on the market are fit for purpose; they are designed for the long term and in general lacking the design approach of the BSF waves. Terrapin along with RIBA, SCALA, 21st Century Schools and NPS have decided to collaborate to create an award that will evolve the temporary classroom into the 21st century.

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22/09/2009
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Look what you can do in 5 days!

When the British Council for School Environments asked C21 Schools co-editor Sharon Wright to co-ordinate a school makeover in a week, she took up the challenge.

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22/09/2009
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Virtually Building Schools of the Future

Hal MacLean, Director of Learning at Cleveratom Limited, is clear that the link between technology and space must be made if BSF is to succeed.

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22/09/2009
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When The Worst Happens

"With an increased threat of arson and other disasters affecting schools, disaster recovery planning and response is now an essential part of asset management for schools," says Mike Turner, Development Director at Ian Williams Limited.

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22/09/2009
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Developing the vision - making it real!

Schools are important. They are important to teachers and learners, local communities and the wider society.

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22/09/2009
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