Start Streaming Complimentary Content During Lockdown 2.0! 

Education Estates® Complimentary Webinars:

During Lockdown 2.0 and until the 8th January 2021 all 52 recent Education Estates® Webinars are complimentary to Stream for everyone. So Start Streaming Webinars from the Department for Education, Baroness Berridge of The Vale of Catmose, Ghazwa Alwani-Starr, Pro-Vice Chancellor Strategy, Planning and Partnerships and Director of Property - University of London, & Chair – HEDQF and much more.

Festival of Early Years Complimentary Digital Event:

Also during Lockdown 2.0 we organised the Festival of Early Years Digital Week which featured complimentary Webinars including; International Case-Studies, Outdoor Learning & Play, Enriched Environments and the Brain, Sustainability in our time: An Early Years perspective, and more.

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Complimentary Education Estates® Webinars:

  1. Low Energy - High Stakes: Timber in Schools

    Modern solutions to regenerate CLASP educational estates

  2. Making Space: Student-led school development

    How engagement in mixed use developments can create real social value

  3. Coming to our senses; person-centered inclusive design

    Being Human

    Stress reduction by good design in SEN schools

  4. Carbon reduction in building design – a plan for making it real

    Digital Twins and their role in the Creation and Management of Zero-Carbon Higher Education Estates

  1. Julian Robinson, Director of Estates for the London School of Economics and Jonathan Campbell,  Director of Estates and Facilities for North Manchester General Hospital will share with the audience their thoughts and experiences in leading and managing estates teams.

  2. Costing The Earth – Navigating the Capital Investment Seas of Sustainability

    Designing for performance and net-zero carbon

    Tangible Pathway to Zero Carbon

  3. Solent Sports Complex; Bringing elite sport, specialist curricula and community wellbeing to the heart of an urban campus

    Sustainable development - reusing and regenerating existing buildings for flexible teaching space

    Optimising social value in higher education: How do we maximise social value and measure social impact through a smarter campus? 

  4. Bringing the Henry Royce Institute to life: briefing and designing an adaptable research hub for the advancement of UK materials science

    Working In Partnership – Creating an outstanding campus for education, skills and enterprise

  1. Transforming Energy Management in Academies - Using 'Internet of Things' technology to help manage energy efficiency

    How funding identification and strategic development planning of estates and energy is really successful within a large multi-academy trust

  1. Paul Mustow, Divisional Director of Free Schools Capital, will discuss the Free Schools programme, reflecting on its progress since beginning in 2010 as well as covering some of its more recent activities.

Sector Insights:

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    There has been much focus recently regarding the combustibility of insulation products used within façade systems. However, with so much attention given to the façade, the roof appears to have been ov ...
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    This webinar showcases the use of Data in design and how this can engage people in the development of their communities. Using Haverfordwest as a case study, where Atkins are designing education, tran ...
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    This presentation will explore the importance of creating tailored education facilities for children and young people with autism and learning difficulties by recognising, and celebrating, each scheme ...
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    The importance of STEM is acknowledged by government, academics and teachers alike. However the English curriculum makes it difficult to implement in its fullest. Might there be a different approach t ...
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    Building on the framework that we considered on 1 June about re-educating and the challenges today (short term), on 03 July 2020 we examined the impact of living and learning through a global pandemic ...
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    We will hear from educators and estates professionals about the challenges of designing spaces that are flexible, secure, and provide additional options for special needs settings. Stand alone buildin ...
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    ParkingEye Sales & Marketing Director, Jo Wade, examines recent parking data to highlight some startling results about how parking at education facilities can differ, from the adoption of new technolo ...
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    Oliver Mooney, Category Manager (Construction) at Fusion21 will discuss how Fusion21 can help you buy smarter and achieve social value in local communities. The presentation will include estates chall ...
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    In education spaces, one of the key design considerations is always safety. During this brief webinar Philip Ross will highlight the balance of safety and aesthetics in three new-build school projects ...
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    Educational establishments often rely on legacy CCTV systems that make it challenging, and sometimes impossible, to investigate campus-related incidents. A good hybrid-cloud surveillance system howeve ...

Buildings Performance Webinars:


Compliance Webinars:


    Most educational estates have to manage some asbestos in situ across their estates. For a number of reasons, such management is not always straightforward.


    Building compliance in the Post-COVID 19 environment

Festival of Early Years:

Also during Lockdown 2.0 we’re organising the Festival of Early Years 16-20 November which will feature complimentary Webinars including; International Case-Studies, Outdoor Learning & Play, Enriched Environments and the Brain, Sustainability in our time: An Early Years perspective, and more.

For more information about the festival please go to



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