The Engaging Places Network was formed as a group of teachers and cultural education organisations who worked together to create new built environment education projects. Take a look at what they did.
Engaging Places network projects show schools and cultural organisations enhancing the curriculum by working together.
Activities, resources and links to encourage your students to use the buildings and places around them as a source of design inspiration.
Students design a new community development.
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Inspired by stories about Kensington Palace and its inhabitants, year 5 students wrote, performed and directed films breathing new life into the past.
Inspired by conservation work at the Tower of London, students create stunning textile designs.
Imaginative designs told the story of students' research into their local area.
Students' eyes are opened to the history of their local neighbourhood through architecture.
Redesigning urban areas was the subject of this extended schools project.
Investigating a classic building gave these students ideas for changing the places they used everyday.