Classroom design Blackburn, Blackpool and Preston

Classroom design Blackburn, Blackpool and Preston

With children spending around 1,000 hours a year at school, from nursery to the end of high school, a classroom design can have a remarkable impact on how they learn.

The way, and what, children learn has dramatically changed over the years, gone are the days where desks were arranged in rows all facing the teacher. These days students are encouraged to collaborate, interact and share ideas, however we find so often, the classroom set up remains the same. The layout and design of any workspace can impact on the mood and productivity of those using the area, the education environment is no exception!

At Whitespace we believe the classroom design should be flexible and able to adapt to different teaching styles, with appropriate education furniture to encourage and inspire learning.

The right furniture, lighting, temperature, air quality even the colour on the walls can all play an important role in creating the right environment to increase the ability of students to learn.

As specialists in the field, we have turned many a dull, cramped classroom into an exciting and innovative learning space.

From the outset, we establish what will work best in each space based on the specific needs of the students and teachers. We don’t just offer standard layouts; we let the space determine the overall design. From concept to completion, whether it’s a library, IT suite or a complete school fit out, we are here to help.

A classroom refurbishment can be something as simple as introducing new furniture or alternatively it can be a complete fit-out, including ceilings, partitioning, power & data and decoration, whatever your requirements we tailor our services to suit.

We understand that in many cases refurbishments need to be completed out of term time and appreciate the health and safety of students and staff is a priority in any learning facility. We work with our clients to timetable the works, delivering the project on time and with minimum disruption.

Taking the time to make the classroom an attractive place to learn will create a learning environment the students won’t want to leave…

Take a look at our recently completed projects here.

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