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It’s important to make the classroom environment as welcoming as possible. A welcoming environment helps inspire students to learn, and generally results in a more positive space for everyone. But, like most teachers in most schools, you’re probably on a budget. So the question isn’t so much “how do I make the classroom inviting?” as
“Flexible” is the big keyword that dominates so many conversations in classroom design these days. Using classroom furniture to allow kids to work and study on their own terms results in better educational outcomes for the students, and for this reason, educators are looking very seriously about just how flexible their school furniture is. The
Before you call in your secondary or primary school furniture suppliers – or even a designer – there’s a lot that you can do yourself to start to redesign your classroom so that it’s more flexible and engaging for your students. Here are some of the key things to keep in mind: 1) Look at
An idea that has been gaining traction in recent years is that classrooms should be multi-functional in design. Regardless of the school, whether it’s primary school furniture or secondary school furniture, the layout of that furniture can have a significant impact on the learning outcomes. Multi-functional classrooms recognise that fact and, taking things one step