Contemporary Learning Spaces


The learning spaces of a contemporary school need to: 
  • be open, flexible and adaptable
  • include a range of areas suitable for collaborative learning, individual learning, small group work and support services
  • be connected to the external environment
  • be ICT and resource rich
  • be environmentally sustainable
  • incorporate modern, changeable and flexible furniture.
At St. Brigid's we make the best possible use of our learning spaces using adaptable
 furniture, flexible spaces and effective use of classroom environments. Flexible learning spaces are designed to be multidisciplinary and communal spaces, which can be configured in a number of ways for specific learning experiences. This means they provide opportunities for people to work together in new ways.





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