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* Building Schools for the Future: www.bsf.gov. uk.

* Partnerships for Schools: www.p4s.org.uk.

* Children in Scotland publishes Designing Schools for the Future: a practical guide (2003, pound;15) and is running an international award for the most successful building or space for children aged under 10 (closing date June 17 2005), and a conference in Edinburgh, December 8-9 2005, Making Space: architecture and design for young children.

www.childreninscotland.org.uk; tel 0131 228 8484.

* The Design Council's website has detailed information on a variety of design issues as well as listings for designers: www.design-council.org.uk; tel 020 7420 5200.

* School Works publishes a variety of books about design processes. Its tool kit is free to schools and can be ordered from the website, which also includes case studies and best practice guidelines: www.school-works.org; tel 0845 456 1803.

* The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment has a special education section. The website has ideas for resources and events around designbuilding projects and downloads for information and a design magazine: www.cabe-education.org.uk; tel 020 7960 2400.

* The Sorrell Foundation: www.joinedupdesignforschools.com. The project has an exhibition at the Victoria Albert Museum until March 18. See website for details: www.vam.ac.uk. Joinedupdesignforschools by John and Frances Sorrell (Merrell Publishers, 2005, pound;29.95).

* The Scottish Executive has produced several documents on school design, including School Design Building our Future: Scotland's school estate (2003), downloadable from the website www.scotland.gov.uk.

* Sustainable Design Awards: www.sda-uk.org.

* DfES guidelines on building design and finance, as well as case studies from the Classrooms of the Future pilot, can be found at www.teachernet.gov.ukmanagementresourcesfinanceandbuilding.

* The Junior Open House programme promotes links between architects and schools in London and arranges school visits to well designed buildings: www.londonopenhouse.org.

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