Education Estates® Digital Awards Winners Announced!

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Celebrating Excellence & Achievement in Education

The annual Education Estates® Awards Ceremony Celebrates Excellence & Achievement in Education. This year, and for one year only, the Education Estates® Awards took place online, on Thursday 15 October 2020.

We are delighted to share with you the winners of this year's Education Estates® Awards and we look forward to seeing you in Manchester, next year!

Congratulations Winners!

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Winner - Architype  

Winner - Architype

 

Criteria: This award recognises an architectural practice which has demonstrated excellence in delivering value and functionality with projects, whilst also promoting best practice in innovative design in the education sector.

Highly Commended - HLM Architects

Winner - Centre Building at the London School of Economics

Winner - Centre Building at the London School of Economics

Criteria: This award recognises the passion, direction and innovation that a school, college, local authority or university has shown in either a new build or refurbishment.

 

Winner - Buro Happold  

Winner - Buro Happold

 

Criteria: This award recognises a multi-disciplinary consultancy or construction consultants (including building or quantity surveyors and project management companies) that has demonstrated outstanding work in the education sector.

Highly Commended - Atkins Limited

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Winner- ISG

Winner- ISG

Criteria: This award recognises a main contractor (including modular building providers) that has demonstrated outstanding work in the education sector.

Winner - IMPACT Swansea University

Winner - IMPACT Swansea University

Criteria: This award recognises innovation that has helped contribute to value in the design of learning spaces. What is meant by value? Value can be interpreted as monetary, experiential or a combination of other factors. 

Highly Commended - Lungfish Architects

Winner - Staffordshire University London

Winner - Staffordshire University London

Criteria: This award recognises an educational institution (school, college or university) that has used its building asset in a way that delivers a different and innovative way of teaching and learning.

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Winner - St George's College Activity Centre  

Winner - St George's College Activity Centre

 

Criteria: This award recognises innovation in the creation of inspiring spaces that help to promote different and new ways of learning/teaching and that can be easily replicated across the education estate.

Highly Commended - University of Wales Trinity Saint David's Waterfront Quarter

Winner - St George's Activity Centre  

Winner - St George's Activity Centre

 

Criteria: This award recognises a school new build project that has made a difference to the educational or research experience.  Please describe how the project has performed in terms of FM/energy and also how it has met the academic objectives.

Highly Commended - Hackwood Primary Academy

Winner - Barbara Hepworth Building, The University of Huddersfield    

Winner - Barbara Hepworth Building, The University of Huddersfield

 

 

Criteria: This award recognises a college or university new build project that has made a difference to the educational or research experience. Please describe how the project has performed in terms of FM/energy and also how it has met the academic objectives.

Highly Commended - Centre Building at the London School of Economics

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Winner - Teeside University, Student Life Building

Winner - Teeside University, Student Life Building

Criteria: This award recognises a learning establishment which has undertaken a buildings/facilities investment that significantly improves the pupils/students’ experience and positively enhances their health and wellbeing.

Winner- London Screen Academy  

Winner- London Screen Academy

 

Criteria: This award recognises either a school, college or university refurbishment project that has made a difference to the educational or research experience.

Highly Commended - Sovereign Design House, The University of Huddersfield

Winner - Lexden Springs School  

Winner - Lexden Springs School

 

Criteria: This award recognises the team that has successfully delivered an inclusive learning space for all.

Highly Commended - Vanguard School, Lambeth, London

Department for Education Sustainability Award - Winner Announced!

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Winner - Oakwood Park Academy

About the Award:

Sustainability is about meeting the needs of the now and protecting the natural habitats that surround us, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

The Department for Education is committed to sustainable development and we believe that it is vital for our schools to prepare our young people for the future. Schools are a perfect opportunity to engage the minds of our future leaders in developing sustainable ways of living. It's important for them to understand the principles of what sustainability is, and what it means to be truly sustainable.

Sustainability is not just about energy or carbon. Both play a key role but sustainability is also about people, air quality, travel, and physical and mental well-being. It's about delivering change beyond the curriculum.

We know that there are lots of fantastic examples across the estate where school communities are working really hard to drive sustainable practices in their day to day operations, to play their part and help to tackle the climate change challenge that we all face.

 

DfE

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