Stimulating school environments

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School environments are known to play a key role in supporting staff in their mission of providing an inclusive and varied education.

The role of primary school decision-makers is growing ever more important. Increasing pupil numbers and class sizes, increasing teacher workload and a climate of on-going austerity are having to be balanced with the need to maintain education standards and provide quality and stimulating learning environments for all.

School environments are known to play a key role in supporting staff in their mission of providing an inclusive and varied education. The design and development of school buildings and grounds offer opportunities for nurturing children’s physical, social and emotional learning while being safe, secure areas providing shade and shelter.

Fordingbridge’s education sector experience in designing and building canopies, walkways and sustainable buildings can help primary schools find quality, bespoke design solutions. Simple ideas such as linking outdoor space with a classroom, like the project of Bersted Green Primary (pictured), can alleviate pressure on internal spaces within schools and can also extend the curriculum, helping teachers deliver more creative and stimulating lessons.


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