Learning Escape Blog

1 Dec 2014

Come and say hello at the SSAT National Conference

It’s been a busy few weeks for our exhibition man, Matt, and he’s not breaking up for Christmas next week as he’s off to Manchester Central for the SSAT National Conference, which will take place on 4th and 5th December. We are particularly excited by this year’s theme which is dedicated to exploring how educators can effect a shift in focus and deliver a personalised, future-oriented education for every individual student.

28 Nov 2014

Inspiring Spaces, Inspiring Children

Built from sustainable materials, a Learning Escape offers more than just a building. It provides schools with an opportunity to engage children in environmental citizenship by talking to them about materials, methods and energy efficiency.

A new Learning Escape being built at the Sacred Heart School in Coventry recently provided a great opportunity for us to spend some time with their children, introducing them...

19 Nov 2014

NASBM Conference and Academies Show

Matt and the team are busily preparing for, and looking forward to, two exhibitions during the next week or so. On Wednesday 19th and Thursday 20th November, he will be hosting an exhibition stand at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole at the National Association of School Business Management National Conference. 

11 Nov 2014

Try Outdoor Learning for Anti-Bullying Week 17th-21st Nov

In recent years schools have made significant improvements in how they tackle bullying, but some groups of children are still more vulnerable to bullying than others. This year, during Anti-Bullying Week, the Anti-Bullying Alliance are calling upon the school community to take action to stop the bullying of children with disabilities and special educational needs. Sadly, both groups are significantly more likely to be subjected to bullying behaviour and, as they a...

5 Nov 2014

Dyslexia Awareness Week 3rd-9th November 2014

Dyslexia Awareness Week is an annual event aiming to not only raise awareness of the condition but also to showcase the amazing achievements of people with dyslexia. Did you know, for instance, that Richard Branson, Winston Churchill and Agatha Chrisitie are, or were, dyslexic? Did you also know that this hidden disability is believed to affect around 10% of the population, making it highly likely that at least three of the children, in every classroom, is experiencing one or more of the common characteristics o...