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7 Mar 2013

Classroom design really does matter

Eco Classroom by The Learning Escape

We’ve always believed that the classroom is the place where young minds are moulded and according to new research carried out by the University of Salford and Nightingale Associates architects, classroom design really does matter.

5 Mar 2013

Bring work closer to home with a garden office

Home office

New figures from the Office for National Statistics have recently revealed that there has been an increase in the number of people working from home. Over the last decade a growing percentage of employees have chosen to ditch the commute and bring their working life closer to home.


5 Mar 2013

Don’t miss us at The Education Show

We’ll be attending The Education Show next week (14th – 16th March) at the NEC in Birmingham. Packed with workshops and conferences, it’s a fantastic day out for the whole school and it’s completely free.

19 Feb 2013

Skip the excuses and make 2013 the year you keep your resolutions

Last year the most commonly broken New Years Resolution was to ‘become physically fit’, in third and fourth place were to ‘improve health’ and to ‘lose weight’. Alas, just one month down the line 36% of people admitted that their resolutions had sizzled out and after 6 months only 46% of resolutions were still going strong. So with keeping fit being the top resolution for 2013, how are you making sure you’ll beat the half way point...

12 Feb 2013

Multi-room garden buildings boost space and practicality

Innovative and stylish garden buildings with multiple rooms are a popular request from homeowners that want to make the most of their space in an innovative and functional way. Creating garden rooms that are practical and multi-purpose can be a challenge but there are garden room owners across the country that are enjoying the benefits of a multi-room Garden Escape.

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