The very best in classroom furniture

As Australia’s most populated city, Sydney has a greater range of schools than any other place in Australia. However, there is a common thread among them; they all need quality classroom furniture. Sydney schools and other educational institutions are renowned for pushing the envelope and being creative in how students are taught, and furniture can play a big role in that.
 

It’s not just about chairs and desks

Whether it’s preschool classroom furniture, high school classroom furniture, or college classroom furniture, the old ways of teaching are being thrown out the window. Nice, neat rows of tables and desks are being phased out as teaching styles change. You’re as likely to see a teacher in the middle of the room with a whiteboard talking to a “round table” of actively participating students as you are to find booth areas set up for activity-based learning experiences as you are to see a traditional classroom.
 
These teaching innovations have been proven to drive greater levels of engagement and participation by students, and better learning outcomes as a result, but to truly maximize the effectiveness of these new ways of teaching, the approach to classroom furniture needs to be re-thought.
 
As an added benefit, classrooms are now looking increasingly like workspaces in office environments, and this helps schools achieve that ultimate goal in education; to prepare students for adult life after school.
 

How to buy the finest in classroom furniture, Sydney

Abax Kingfisher has been a specialist supplier to Sydney’s schools of all types for many years now. We understand the needs of students and teachers, and work hard to create the most comfortable and productive learning environments for each and every student. Purchasing our innovative, creative and effective furniture is as simple as giving us a call and telling us the kind of learning environment that you’re looking for. From there we will be able to plan out a furniture solution that will delight teachers, students and their parents.

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