This snapshot, taken on
18/01/2011
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Education

Download teaching resources about the built environment

and find out about Engaging Places.

Education at CABEEducation at CABE

1. Find out why it’s important to improve the quality of built environment education in schools, and where to get more information.

Engaging PlacesEngaging Places

Visit our resource to support teaching and learning through buildings and places.

Green DayGreen Day

Find out more about Green Day and activities to help schools explore the relationship between climate change and the built environment.

360° magazine

Browse back issues of our magazine for teachers.

Teaching resources

Download materials and activity packs to help you teach about the built environment.

Education grants

Find out more about education grants awarded to projects that have explored architecture and the design and use of buildings and spaces.

 

History of CABE

From 1999-2011, CABE was the government's advisor on architecture, urban design and public space.

Read more about CABE and its achievements.

Archive information

This permanent archive of the website was created on 1 January 2011.

Read more about the archive and CABE's ongoing work.