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SCHOOL BUILDINGS


An education construction re why timber is top of the class


Additional learning space—useful for outdoor learning


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Timber classrooms are modular, standalone facilities—meaning they can be placed almost anywhere; any area of the school grounds can be unlocked for valuable, extra teaching space provision.Many schools choose to place these buildings on previously derelict land, transforming what was an unused (and potentially unsightly) area into something more useful.


One big benefit of timber-framed classrooms is


revolution:


their ability to open up and ‘bring the outdoors in’. Easily fitted with large bi-folding doors and hygiene facilities, situated close to school playing fields, timber classrooms are perfect for


facilitating outdoor learning—an aspect of the curriculum that has been growing in importance for some time. It’s b quarters of UK child than prison inmates.


When placed in or nearby woodland, timber has an uncanny ability to blend in seamlessly,


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feature thismonthwe hear


fromGareth Barber,MD of The Stable Company,who discusses the reasonswhy timber construction is passingwith flying colours in education.


School leaders certainly have a lot on their plates—growing pupil numbers, tightening budgets, spatial constraints and lack of dynamic teaching space, to name but a few extremely pressing issues.


Meanwhile, timber construction is leading a quiet revolution in education thanks to its ability


environmentally-friendly remedy and balance to to provide a dynamic, cost-effective and


these issues. Read on to discover how timber construction is proving its credentials in the classroom.


32 www.education-today.co.uk July/August 2019 y/


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