SPONSORED PRODUCT: A-rated eco-classrooms from The Learning Escape

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With spiralling energy costs, any headteacher considering a new building will need to think about their future heating bills if they are to keep their running costs under control and their staff and pupils comfortable.

With spiralling energy costs, any headteacher considering a new building will need to think about their future heating bills if they are to keep their running costs under control and their staff and pupils comfortable.

The two latest eco-classrooms created by The Learning Escape have achieved an A-rated Energy Performance Certificate (EPC).

The idea of an EPC is similar to the energy labels that we are used to seeing whenever we buy a new fridge or washing machine, and it allows a purchaser to get a clear indication of the energy running costs of a new building as part of their investment decision.

The Learning Escape pride themselves on their use of sustainable yet inexpensive materials and methods to deliver a building that is kind to the environment and the budget.

Their inspiring, standalone buildings include full-length windows and bi-folding doors, bathing the classroom in brilliant natural light. As well as reducing the need for artificial lighting, this has a proven impact upon concentration levels and behaviour.

If you would like to learn more about their environmental credentials call 0800 917 7726 or visit www.thelearningescape.co.uk for information and case studies.


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