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The “Pi Wall” deﬁnes the edge of the main concourse facing the track and ﬁeld. It is derived from the mathematical concept of Pi, and consists of a mosaic of rectangular perforated aluminium panels that are translated into the decimal digits of Pi through a number-coded colour system. The curvature relates to a central point within the campus, and the balustrade spacing is based on a speciﬁc degree in relation to the total circumference. ) Photo by CPG Consultants Pte Ltd. Architectural elements as a learning tool The shape, size and pattern of windows can demonstrate music, the pattern of light ﬁttings can illustrate star constellations, and staircases can act as a sundial or a play structure.
Maurice Dandelot, presenter) Proﬁle Maurice Dandelot is Director, Department for Primary Education in the Canton of Geneva in Switzerland. He is responsible for school budgeting and ﬁnancing. He also oversees school building restoration and renovation and the installation of ICT resources. Before becoming director in 2000, Maurice Dandelot was the Deputy Director of the Geneva Medical-Pedagogical Service, Special Education Division, responsible for planning classes, hiring staff, and organising professional development and training for teachers.
As a result, each school decides on its property priorities and manages its own projects. • Implementation. Introduced in 2000, each school in New Zealand receives funding for property projects on the basis of an agreed schedule of projects to be undertaken at the school over the next ﬁve years. The agreement also considers the “School Strategic Plan”, which includes assessments of property and available funding and the established 10-year property plan. The total value of projects is based on a pre-determined budget, calculated according to the size of the school and previous expenditure on buildings at the school.