This page provides stories about Canterbury schools' experiences and information about the master planning, and design phases for this process.
The Ministry of Education portal provides access to information, resources, reports, and links including specialised topics such as property, where you will find updates, news, planning information, and guidelines.
The Ministry of Education’s innovative learning environments site provides information, school examples, a photo gallery, videos, snapshots, and FAQs.
Find out about flexible learning spaces - from reference designs to case studies.
This selection of Grow Waitaha videos supports schools to consider space and resources as they design and use their learning spaces.
The Connected Learning Advisory is a free service for schools and kura offering consistent, unbiased advice on integrating technology in learning environments.
The Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI) does extensive research work that reflects on the futures of schools and universities.
The Grow Waitaha Pinterest page has a range of boards and pins to websites with ideas for designing spaces.
This Grow Waitaha article describes how staff at the Kaiapoi Borough School technology centre developed an education brief to inform the centre’s rebuild.
This Grow Waitaha article outlines a project designed to identify the diverse range of learning experiences and opportunities available for children and young people in Christchurch.
This Grow Waitaha article explains how the curriculum and teaching spaces at Haeata Community Campus are designed with students at the centre.
Simon Moriarty, principal of South Hornby School – Te Manu Tukutuku, shares his school’s experiences as they relocated to a newly built school on a new site.
Stuart Cameron, principal of Sumner School, shares his school’s experiences through the master planning and design phases of their property development.