Commercial organisations have long understood the need to create a variety of flexible, reconfigurable spaces that better support the range of activities that their people undertake. But what happens when this trend towards ‘agile’ spaces is translated into learning environments?
Agile working principles and workplace design innovation are helping leading educational organisations to create future-ready learning environments. These spaces break away from the constraints of the traditional classroom to deliver better educational outcomes, taking account of the need to enable a range of activities, the impact of different learning styles, and the role technology plays in delivering these goals.
To find out more about how educational organisations are using the latest principles of agile learning and best practice workspace design to create active learning spaces for the future, download our whitepaper “When education and social spaces collide”.
Leading independent public school and one of the ‘great nine’ Clarendon Schools, Merchant Taylors’ School, Northwood has a reputation for excellence. The school has been working with Claremont over the course of several years to refurbish a wide range of spaces, from classrooms, student and staff common rooms to dining and office facilities.
Recent projects we’ve completed for the school include creating a multi-functional dining area for use by students, staff and the local community, a new staff common room, an extended IT support office and the refurbishment of several classrooms.
Read our case study to discover more about our work with Merchant Taylors’ School and to see some of the finishing touches we applied to the spaces we created for them.