Jayne Bird will be speaking at this year's education conference at New London Architecture. The half-day conference will investigate the future of our education system including future government funding policy and schools building programmes.
London is facing a dramatic shortage of school places, with a requirement for more than 62,934 new primary places and 47,430 new secondary school places over the next five years. NLA explores what steps can be taken now to ensure the future demands for school places are met.
How can local authorities and the built environment sector respond with innovation and partnerships to help ensure London delivers the number of school places it needs? What new models are being explored? And how can we ensure good design sits at the forefront of future school building programmes?
Photo: Stratford School Academy (PSBP - London Priority School Programme)