Learning Escape Blog

26 Mar 2018

4 Analogue Ways to Engage Digitally Distracted Children

Today’s young people cannot begin to imagine the world before the internet, the i-phone or the selfie. However, there is a growing body of evidence that the sheer power of the machines in every teenager’s hand or pocket (and a great many younger children), the constant hyper connectivity and the relentless over exposure upon social media platforms is having a profound impact upon our children’s ability to engage.

5 Mar 2018

Generation Z need help with their mental health NOW

  • FACT-  1 in 10 British children aged 5 to 16 has a clinically diagnosable mental health problem.
  • FACT-  75% of young British people with a mental health problem are not receiving treatment.
  • FACT-  75% of British adults with a mental illness started experiencing problems before the age of 18.
27 Feb 2018

What is Biophilia and why does it matter?

“A love of life and the living world; the affinity of human beings for other life forms.”

The purpose of this piece is to explore the concept of biophilic architectural design and how it can positively affect the well-being of a building’s occupants and in turn their productivity and creativity. However, before the idea is more fully analysed, it is probably best to take a brief look at the origin of the word biophilia which is not in everyday vernacular use.

10 Jan 2018

2018 Conferences and Events

The TG Escapes team will be attending and exhibiting at a number of conferences this coming year. If you happen to be attending please be sure to come along and say hi. Matt always has some chocolate delights waiting. If you would like to make an appointment with one of our surveyors whilest you are there then just email matt@tgescapes.co.uk and he will be happy to book a meeting.

5 Dec 2017

How big should a SEND classroom be?

 

One of the most frequent questions asked about modular classrooms is the space needed for certain type of classroom or school. This is particularly the case when concerning SEND (special educational needs and disability) provision in schools.

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