Pushing the Boundaries
Children will spend more time in school than anywhere else except at home. For years, the importance of the first learning environment has been considered as a major factor in how they grow, flourish and excel.
Now this is supported by published research and adds objective weight to the inspiration of designers, architects and systems providers in pursuit of stimulating, successful learning spaces.
These principles apply equally to all key areas of activity from the classroom to the playground, the book corner to the art area, the school garden to the assembly hall.