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Planning Your Project

Planning your project

Before the first lick of paint hits the wall, there are some vital questions you should consider. How are you scoping your project? Do you intend to enagage teachers and learners? If so, how? What’s the best way to gather your project team?

By taking learnings from successful schools, we’ve pulled together some advice that can support the early stages of your project. We hope that by following these, you achieve your aims on time, on budget and with the support of your school community.

How do I scope out the project?

Determining the ambitions, opportunities and constraints of your project.

How do I assemble my project team?

Building the right team to inform the best ideas for the whole school community, while ensuring feasibilty.

How do I raise additional funding?

Using the funding toolkit to access expert guidance and new ideas to raise additional funding to make your project a reality.

Understanding how to engage with your local community to raise money and generate funds.

How do I engage my school community?

A simple process for running engagement sessions and ensuring a collective design output that matches the specific demands of your chosen space.