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  1. Cobden Room 3 & 4
    The Modular and Portable Building Association is pleased to present a masterclass of Modern Methods of Construction in the Education sector. Join us for this drop in workshop session where members of the MPBA will present case studies of MMC used in Education projects.
  2. Cobden Room 2

    This interactive workshop will allow you to network with colleagues from across the sector and share your thoughts on what we have learned over the past 10 years, and how we use that to address the opportunities and challenges of delivering school capital projects over the next decade. 

  3. Cobden Room 3 & 4

    From a ‘user’s’ experience of the DfE’s Output Specification, Building Bulletins and associated tools including the Schedule of Accommodation (SoA), we want to hear what works well and what needs improvement.

    We would love to hear from Responsible Bodies, Contractors, Designers, Suppliers etc., so grab some lunch and join us to share your views on how we update and communicate DfE design guidance and technical standards.

  4. Cobden Room 3 & 4

    With the 2022 summer being the joint-hottest on record for the UK, and the likelihood of climate change bringing increasing hot and dry summers, how do we manage overheating of existing education buildings?

    Join Helen Taylor, Joe Jack Williams and Matt Isherwood at this interactive workshop where they will be inviting discussion and recording ideas on ways to minimise the risk of overheating in existing buildings and provide information and practical advice to reduce discomfort.

  5. Cobden Room 3 & 4

    Class Of Your Own’s Teaching Development Manager, Daniel McDonagh, will host a workshop for industry professionals looking to integrate a dedicated digital curriculum into their ESG commitments.

    With a responsibility to ‘educate the future of Construction’ his key objective is to support teachers who are new to DEC - and indeed to the industry.
     
    Dan will offer hints and tips to ensure teachers can benefit most from student engagement, and real examples of best practice. 

  6. Cobden Room 3 & 4

    From a ‘user’s’ experience of the DfE’s Output Specification, Building Bulletins and associated tools including the Schedule of Accommodation (SoA), we want to hear what works well and what needs improvement.

    We would love to hear from Responsible Bodies, Contractors, Designers, Suppliers etc., so grab some lunch and join us to share your views on how we update and communicate DfE design guidance and technical standards.

  7. TG Escapes Stand 316
    Join TG Escapes Modular Eco-Buildings as they demonstrate how to create a new single-entry nursery a ...
  8. TG Escapes Stand 316
    Join TG Escapes Modular Eco-Buildings as they demonstrate how to create a new single-entry nursery a ...
  9. TG Escapes Stand 316
    Join TG Escapes Modular Eco-Buildings as they demonstrate how to create a new single-entry nursery a ...
  10. Cobden Room 2

    Join our conversation on the emerging DfE Design Code for schools and colleges

    With Sam Powell (DfE Planning Team) and the Scott Brownrigg project team, Helen Taylor and Sarah Williams, who want your input into the work they are currently undertaking.

    Design Code Guidance purpose: To help achieve a broad range of quality measures of well-designed schools and colleges in their settings, and to enhance the value of existing schools and colleges in place-making.

    The Guidance will align with the aims of the National Planning Policy Framework including the National Model Design Code, which sets out the scale and characteristics of well- designed places to create healthy, environmentally responsive, sustainable and distinctive places with a consistent and high-quality standard of design.

  11. Cobden Room 2

    Join our conversation on the emerging DfE Design Code for schools and colleges

    With Sam Powell (DfE Planning Team) and the Scott Brownrigg project team, Helen Taylor and Sarah Williams, who want your input into the work they are currently undertaking.

    Design Code Guidance purpose: To help achieve a broad range of quality measures of well-designed schools and colleges in their settings, and to enhance the value of existing schools and colleges in place-making.

    The Guidance will align with the aims of the National Planning Policy Framework including the National Model Design Code, which sets out the scale and characteristics of well- designed places to create healthy, environmentally responsive, sustainable and distinctive places with a consistent and high-quality standard of design.