When education and the workplace collide: An exclusive roundtable event - RSVP*
Thank you for registering for the Claremont and Bryanston Square Education Roundtable Event at Jamie’s Italian, 100 King Street, Manchester M2 4WU on Thursday 6th October 2016 from 12.30 – 15.30
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When education and the workplace collide: How the latest workplace thinking is helping to transform the next generation of independent schools and academies
Where: Jamie’s Italian, 100 King Street, Manchester M2 4WU
When: Thursday 6th October 2016 12.30 – 15.30
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This event is designed for education professionals who want to understand how innovative workspace design and agile working principles are transforming learning environments for the future of education. It will give you a unique opportunity to talk, not just with our experts, but also with education professionals from a range of schools who are harnessing the latest workplace principles to innovate and stand out amongst the competition.
At this event, you will find out how leading independent schools and academies are harnessing the same workplace strategies that drive innovation in commercial organisations, enabling them to:
At this exclusive roundtable lunch, you will have the opportunity to network with your peers, and to hear from leading keynote speakers and education experts.
Availability is limited so please RSVP today!* Register >
* Please note availability is limited, and registration does not guarantee attendance.
In an increasingly competitive educational landscape, independent schools and academies need to continually adapt, innovate and think smarter in order to stand out, and to recruit the brightest and best students and staff. The principles of agility and flexibility sit at the heart of the question of how to combine pedagogy, space and technology to provide the best possible environments for learning. Some of the leading thinking in educational environments today takes its cue from the world of business:
One size doesn’t fit all.
It’s now widely accepted in leading businesses that work does not have to be done at a desk – certain tasks might be better suited to a different setting, be that a private pod, a canteen space, a bank of sofas, a games area or a meeting room. By creating a variety of settings and empowering students to choose the right learning space for their needs, you not only improve engagement and retention of knowledge and skills, but also instil agile working practices that will give them a head start in the world of work.
Make space work hard.
Both educational and commercial organisations understand the importance of making every square foot count in maximising the productivity of their spaces and making their budgets go further. That means creating multi-functional spaces, turning unused space into a quiet zone for reading, converting a rarely-used space into a break-out room or making spaces more flexible so they can serve a multitude of uses for longer portions of the day. Applying these principles to an educational setting enables you to create spaces that will evolve along with you, providing value over the long term and maximising return on investment.
Tell the story of your culture, ethos and values.
Organisations of all kinds understand the importance of bringing their ethics, values, culture and brand to life throughout their environments in order to build relationships and loyalty with their clients, as well as attracting and retaining the best staff. Leading independent schools and academies use this ideology to create a powerful and lasting impression that attracts and retains the most talented teachers and the most ambitious students. At Claremont, our expertise means we have a keen understanding of how to turn your culture into reality, making it tangible throughout the physical environment.
Make everything technology-friendly.
Businesses understand that the right technology, in the right environments, enables people to work and collaborate more easily, flexibly and productively. The same principles apply to agile learning environments. When flexibly integrated with the latest technology, these spaces not only provide students with a richer, more interactive learning experience, but also expose them to the kinds of tools and working practices that are already commonplace in the UK’s leading businesses.
Why Claremont and Bryanston Square?
At Claremont and Bryanston Square, we believe that every space is a learning space. We understand the challenges that independent schools and academies face in creating agile, flexible learning environments for the future of education. We have a combined experience of over 56 years, working with some of the UK’s leading commercial and educational organisations to push the boundaries of what they can achieve through their environments.
We believe that integrating the latest workplace ideas and settings into educational environments offers schools an opportunity to lead the way in innovation. By adopting the next generation of strategies, environments and technologies from the commercial sector, schools can reflect the ongoing evolution of the modern workplace, helping to attract and retain the best students and staff.
RSVP today to register your interest for this complimentary event*. Register >
* Please note availability is limited, and registration does not guarantee attendance. For more information, see our event Terms & Conditions.
Set in the heart of Manchester, Jamie’s Italian occupies a magnificent grade II listed building dubbed the ‘King Of King Street’. Many of the building’s original features and fittings have been kept, making it the perfect spot for a unique dining experience.
Located in the original bank vault in heart of the building, The Vault is the venue’s most impressive private dining space, providing an atmospheric backdrop to an intimate lunch event.
100 King Street
T: 0161 241 3901
Jamie's Italian is situated on King Street in the centre of Manchester. The nearest train stations are Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria. Parking is available at the nearby NCP car park at Piccadilly Plaza.
When education and the workplace collide - RSVP.
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When education and the workplace collide - RSVP.
01925 284 031