Teachers can use the built environment to inspire young people and deliver key parts of the curriculum.

Photo by Alys Tomlinson

We fund and support projects that use buildings and places to teach different subjects in the curriculum. We also develop our own resources and run an educator’s network across England.

How we help teachers

Engaging Places

Discover how to make the most of the built environment, with hundreds of resources for visits organised by curriculum subject and location.

360° magazine

Download our free education magazine and learn about built environment projects, careers, events, resources and news.

Green day: climate change activity kit for schools

Get the activity kit, which helps integrate climate change, sustainability and the built environment into lessons in a fun way. Sign up to our Green Day newsletter to stay up to date with preparations for Green Day 2010.

How Places Work

Find out about visits to buildings and public spaces, and how these can inspire students.

Education network

Sign up to our education network and be first to hear about our education grants funding through our education grants.

Our Street: learning to see

Use local streets as a learning resource – discover how to help pupils identify and interpret places they see every day.

Useful links for teachers

Learning outside the classroom

Creating learning experiences for young people outside school.

Architecture Centre Network

Information about education projects and events across the UK.

Construction and the built environment diploma

New, practical qualification for students aged 14-19.