Education is changing, or is it?Education is changing and technology seems to driving this forward in many ways, but we seem to be held back by past decision with our buildings, infrastructure and methods of teaching. The way our classrooms are set out, usually with four walls, a huge window, poor lighting, whiteboard at the front and even rooms with a teacher's desk at the front. Children will face the teacher, the teacher has the knowledge and the children will sit quietly, listen and learn from the teacher. Why do we still do this, when children now have access to more knowledge in their pockets than they have ever done? The introduction of smart phones in classrooms is something that still needs to be developed further in schools. We still ban devices in school when instead we should be using them to learn. Systems need to be put into place to allow children of all ages to utilise the technology, and in most cases it is better than what we have in schools. Yes, the children may text or use Instagram, but don’t we when we’re in the process of learning? Short brain breaks to check the news, weather, or the now unfashionable Facebook? Give the children time in the lesson to do just this and then the technology becomes part of everyday learning, a tool to be used with a multitude of uses in and outside the classroom. We need to start looking ahead and redesigning our schools and what they look like. Believe it or not we could create something stunning by investing in only a few key pieces and taking some risks to try and make our schools more fluid places to learn.Investing in a large hammer, some new plaster, thinking walls, better Internet infrastructure, a watertight e-safety policy and an acceptable use policy. So where do we begin?