Modular courses have a significant impact on space utilisation levels and space resources. Many sixth form colleges organise course provision on the basis of a modular timetable system and it is possible to accurately model teaching requirements on the basis of workable timetables.
The following illustrations show the new art and design facilities at Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College, Leicester. The size, capacity and space efficiency levels of the various studios forming the new facility were established by the consultancy.
Timetabling and space management is the basis for a continuous research programme based on changing course provision, delivery systems using computer based technology and innovative scheduling systems.
The following timetable of 1880 represents one of the earliest examples in our archives.
Wyggeston Hospital Boys’ School contributed to the growth of the much older Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth 1 Grammar School that became the current sixth form college.
There are forty documents covering the key issues relating to timetabling and space planning, within the Discussion Papers section of the website. These PDF documents are printable by users who have completed our free registration.
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