environments. Schools often want to provide an element of ‘wow’ factor to showcase their facilities and engage potential students and parents.
2. Space for students to work collaboratively is key. It is an advantage if teaching spaces can have both provision for group learning and also accommodate individual study. For science laboratories our ‘Learning Curve’ layout offers this flexibility. The central curved island is ideal for group work/demonstrations and students can move to the outer benches, with little disruption, for individual study.
3. Keep sight lines clear. It is possible to have a glass screen integrated into the teacher’s bench to avoid computer screens obscuring the view. It may also help to position the teacher’s desk off centre so that the whiteboard is not obscured.
4. Consider a neutral palette for fitted furniture. Brighter highlight colours can be introduced via feature walls or accessories, such as stools or trays, which can be more easily updated. This will give your room more timeless appeal.
5. Future proof your design. On-line learning will continue to be a key factor and this should be factored into any room design. Our designers can advise on the electrical and data provision for current and future requirements.
If you would like help with transforming your facilities we can offer a free appraisal and design service.
In addition to supplying furniture we provide a ‘One Stop Shop’ refurbishment package offering an invaluable service to busy school managers.
Further details and case studies are available on our website:- www.klicktechnology.co.uk Please contact us for a free no obligation quotation. Email:- firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone:- 0161 998 9726