Learning Escape Blog

20 Jun 2014

SSAT Achievement Show - 26th June

The SSAT Achievement Show 2014 will be taking place next Thursday 26th June at Twickenham Stadium and The Learning Escape are excited by the prospect of getting the chance to meet those attending. We know that the SSAT is one of the most enlightening educational bodies and the hub of the biggest and most active network of heads and teachers in the UK.

12 Jun 2014

Take part in empty classroom day - 20th June

Next Friday 20th June 2014 is Empty Classroom Day. Its aim is simple: for every teacher to take their classroom outside to learn, for one lesson. The project was created by a collection of organisations who met at the London Sustainable Schools Forum seeking to support learning outside.

5 Jun 2014

Get your school involved with Recycle Week, 16th June

The Learning Escape was developed with the environment and its protection as a fundamental and integral part of our mission. We have dramatically improved upon traditional methods of construction, using environmentally friendly materials and technologies to create learning spaces that are ecologically sound, sustainable and healthy.

30 May 2014

Inspiring Leadership Conference 2014 - 11th-13th June

The Inspiring Leadership Conference 2014 is due to take place between the 11th and 13th June at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham and we, at The Learning Escape, are delighted to be taking part. The CfBT, NAHT and ASCL have joined forces to organise a dynamic new leadership conference, designed to inspire leaders spanning the entire primary, secondary and special educational landscape. An exciting line-u...

19 May 2014

The NPH National Annual Conference - 21st & 22nd May

The NPH is run by, with and for primary head teachers with the aim of facilitating the formation of local and regional groups that, together, give primary heads a united perspective and voice. One of its fundamental objectives is for head teachers to reclaim the primary curriculum, which has become rigidly focused upon numeracy and literacy in recent years. The NPH believes that creativity and imagination need to be restored to their rightful place alongside core curriculum subjects, if our primary education system is to cultivate a futur...