Schools rebuilding programme

Posted: July 7th, 2020 | Category: Education, Healthcare, Latest News

We welcome the recent pledge by the prime minister, Boris Johnson, to provide a £1bn schools rebuilding programme over a 10-year investment plan for upgrades and refurbishments. This is the first major schools rebuilding programme since 2014 and will make sure the nation’s schools and colleges are fit for the future. It is part of […]

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Farnborough College of Technology

Posted: January 11th, 2019 | Category: Education, Healthcare

We have recently manufactured and installed fitted education furniture at Farnborough College of Technology, in a contract worth just over £60,000. “Provided an excellent service in spite of an almost impossible deadline.” Edward Leone, Associate Interior Designer, Bond Bryan Architects. Farnborough College of Technology Farnborough College of Technology is based in the home town of […]

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School commits to educating pupils in food and health with £32,000 food technology classroom refurbishment.

Posted: June 30th, 2016 | Category: Education, Healthcare, Latest News

From food bloggers sharing family friendly recipes to glossy Instagram accounts showcasing perfectly ripened avocados and green juices, the food industry is constantly changing and evolving. Following the announcement last summer that A Level food technology was to be abolished, food is a subject that hasn’t been very far from everyone’s lips in recent months. […]

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Clever Classroom design considerably improves pupils’ learning

Posted: December 3rd, 2015 | Category: Education, Healthcare, Latest News, School

Recent ‘Clever Classrooms’ research1 revealed how differences in the physical characteristics of classroom design, such as layout, colour and light, can together increase the learning progress of primary school pupils by as much as 16 per cent in a single year. The findings from the research undertaken by the HEAD Project2 (Holistic Evidence and Design) […]

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Cookery lessons in school kitchens now part of the furniture

Posted: March 12th, 2015 | Category: Education, Healthcare, Latest News, School

As of this school year it has become compulsory for primary schools to start teaching pupils as young as eight basic cooking skills in the kitchen – giving them the abilities they need to prepare a balanced meal with simple ingredients in the hope of setting them up for a lifetime of healthy eating. Nutritional […]

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School furniture manufacturer launches new responsive website

Posted: March 18th, 2014 | Category: Education, Healthcare, School

David Bailey Furniture Systems has launched a new responsive website to improve customers’ online experience when searching for its products on mobile devices. In the last year, mobile traffic to the company’s website has increased by more than 50 per cent, highlighting the need to make their website more compatible with smartphones, tablets and other […]

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More room required: Government announces new school building funding

Posted: January 8th, 2014 | Category: Education, Healthcare, Latest News, School

The Minister of State for Schools, David Laws, announced this summer that the Department for Education (DofE) has targeted capital funding worth over £820m toward the creation of 74,000 ‘high-quality’ school places. They hope to achieve this aim by building 45 new schools and rolling out a programme of classroom and school building refurbishment at […]

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Transform your school office environment

Posted: October 16th, 2013 | Category: Education, Healthcare, Latest News, School

In the last couple of years the planning of school estates has experienced a major shift. The end of the Building Schools for the Future programme has taken the focus away from new school development projects and replaced it with a drive to refurbish existing school buildings and a desire to create inspiring learning environments. […]

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Councils preparing for primary school places shortage

Posted: May 15th, 2013 | Category: Education, Healthcare, Latest News, School

Councils across the country are preparing to take emergency action after the National Audit Office warned in March that 240,000 extra primary school places would be needed for the coming year. Temporary classrooms and converted buildings are the mooted solution so far, with sites such as churches, police stations, council offices and even rows of […]

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Big changes afoot for school exams

Posted: January 24th, 2013 | Category: Education, Healthcare, Latest News, School

School exams are a hot topic and are likely to remain that way for some time, since plans are afoot to replace and alter both GCSEs and A-levels. Scrapping GCSEs Education secretary, Michael Gove, plans to scrap GCSEs and replace them with new English Baccalaureate Certificates (EBCs) in core subjects such as English, mathematics, science, […]

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