Do you think about the impact of school architecture on inclusion, wellbeing and, of course, learning? Are you excited by the positive aspects of architecture and concerned about the negative effect it can have? Do you wish schools could be designed differently?
Join ECIS, TP Bennett Architects, and The Mona Lisa Effect® at a ground-breaking conference on inclusive school design and learn how an egalitarian approach to the design and use of educational spaces can positively influence your School.
Our teams of educators, designers and students will take you on an interactive journey through the key spaces students and educators use every day:
- Circulation spaces
- Classroom spaces
- Outdoor spaces
- Sustenance spaces
- Personal spaces
We believe there is an urgency to re-think school design through the lens of an inclusive future. Design matters, and regardless of where a school is in its architectural journey and regardless of its financial resources, spaces can be adapted and re-designed to create positive change for an inclusive future and consequently learning.
Delegates will leave with creative, practice-based and evidence-informed solutions to inform the shift from the controlling spaces of traditional school design to a new paradigm that liberates bodies in space.
Whether you are a principal, a senior or middle leader, or a teacher, this conference is aimed at any and every educator with a design interest in the liberation of school spaces.
Image: Antwerp International School – Photographer: Hufton+Crow