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Keep up to date with key educational initiatives that relate to built environment education (BEE) as well as topical features showing how widespread BEE can be.

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Ten Reasons to use Buildings and Places

With the curriculum under review, there's never been a better time to use buildings and places in your teaching...

Man climbing a steel structure with the aid of climbing ropes and other climbing accessories.

Jonathan Foyle on Climbing Great Buildings

Find out more about the award-winning TV series that gives you a brand new angle on some iconic buildings.

Pupils from St Augustine’s Primary School, Gateshead.

CABE education grants

Apply now for the 2011/12 CABE education grants...

THE BIG DRAW - Make your Mark on the Future!

Inviting everyone to join the UK's celebration of drawing, 1-31 October 2010.

Resplendent in red, the Serpentine summer pavilion

Take a peek inside the Serpentine's 10th pavilion and explore a temple to contemporary architecture with our image bank resource.

Jarvis Cocker makes music with the National Trust

Former enfant terrible of British Pop creates soothing sounds using National Trust buildings.

Black door of No.10 Downing Street.

Exits and Entrances

With many places one particular feature - something as apparently functional as a door - can be more recognisable than the complete building. When you think about Number 10 Downing Street, what do......

Case study: Haringey Sixth Form Centre, London

Students on the BTEC National Diploma in Art & Design experimented with the architectural potential behind the word 'occupation'

Case study: St Augustine's Catholic Primary School, Gateshead

Pupils in Gateshead went on an exciting learning journey through the creation of a 'den' in their school grounds.

The Great outdoors

We're all aware of the benefits of fresh air and exercise, but new research shows the strong links between green spaces, health and education.

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