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Join us at The Academies Show 24th April
In one week, on 24th April, The Learning Escape is heading to the London Excel to take part in The Academies Show. Supported by the Department of Education and the Education Funding Agency, among many others, it’s a day of free insights, discussions and practical advice for anyone already working at an academy or hoping to convert their maintained school.
The event is free to attend and during the day there will be a high-level conference and a number of seminar theatres with real-life case studies and discussions. The seminar programme is filled with useful information about conversions, funding and assessments. The exhibition area will feature up to 100 leading education suppliers, including us, who will be available to give advice about creating the perfect learning environment.
Have a look at our event profile in the mean time and then come and see us at the show. We will be available all day to talk about how our eco classrooms can benefit your school or academy and how Environmental Citizenship can help your pupils and the environment. If you can’t make it on the day, make sure you follow us on Twitter to see our live updates throughout the event.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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