Learning Escape Blog

9 Oct 2013

Say Hello at the Higher Education Expo

HE Expo

On October 17th we’ll be appearing at The Higher Education Expo in London, a free event which offers the opportunity for leaders and managers from HE institutions to share ideas, discuss challenges and find solutions. With speakers from a variety of HE institutions, a series of conferences at the show will discuss the future of Higher Education and how UK Universities can respond to recent funding cuts and greatly inc...

4 Oct 2013

Come and say hello if you will be at one of the events we are attending in the next few weeks

The Learning Escape at the Education Show

It’s a busy couple of weeks coming up for us and Matt will be travelling the country to meet with schools and colleges at


Capita’s Planning and Delivering School Places Conference on the 7th October


The Liverpool Fiveways clust...

27 Sep 2013

Subject specific problems & solutions of a bespoke Creative Space

Hampton Infant creativity room

A We were reading Parent & Teacher online this morning about a £1m fundraising campaign for their new music and 6th form centre at Adams Grammar school and that got us thinking.

A bespoke creative space promotes creative thinking and learning, helping students of all abilities to enjoy and engage with artistic subjects. Schools wouldn’t teach maths without calculators or...

20 Sep 2013

Ten things that mean your eco-builder is an expert

Eco builder

At The Learning Escape we pride ourselves on the longevity of our eco-buildings. With a minimum 60-year lifespan, you can be confident that despite heavy winter storms or glorious summer sun your building will be a safe and comfortable learning environment.  But deciding who to work with can be a tricky business… particularly if you’ve never embarked on a building project before.  To save you from unnecessary trouble and a disappointing outcome we’ve compiled our Top Ten Tips to pick the builders from the (cow)boys!

10 Sep 2013

Creative Spaces: Benefits of an eco-classroom

creative space outdoor classroom

Too often, opportunities for children to learn art, photography and music are compromised by the lack of a practical space designed to accommodate their spontaneity and creativity. As bespoke creative studios for art, photography and music, our eco-classrooms have given schools across the country the tranquillity and inspiration their closeness to nature provides, as well as its effect on students’ concentration, self-discipline and behaviour, as proven by Child Psychologist Aric Sigman.

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