A child-centred, collaborative environment

Traditional classrooms will evolve to allow the vision to be fully embraced. Our enabling environments will be child-centred and designed to allow for flexibility, collaboration and independence. The aim is to shape our environment to better reflect a 21st century workspace that promotes social interaction, communication and self-regulation. 

See below examples of our 21st century workspace in action.

Not stuck to a desk

Pupils at Richmond Academy have been learning in different settings and seats, making the most of the new-found space in the classroom.

A flexible environment

At Water Meadows Primary School, children were making the most out of the full classroom environment, accessing manipulatives, using online maths dictionaries to look up meanings, and then finding the shape to support with understanding lines of symmetry.