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When it comes to furniture for your school - BUY WELL, BUY ONCE, BUY BRITISH


KAZ TYPING TUTOR


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aving been manufacturing folding furniture for schools since 1954, Gopak Ltd know a thing or two about providing the right furniture for the right place.


Gopak’s lightweight folding tables, including the stylish and contemporary Enviro tables, can be supplied in a number of fabulous shapes and colours including bright citrics and beautiful woodgrains. Matching folding tables and static benches are all equally suitable for the dining hall, canteen, classroom, science lab or school office.


Gopak also make an incredibly flexible but strong staging system, known as Ultralight which will undoubtedly meet with your approval. Designed for areas that do not have a fixed built-in stage, Ultralight is lightweight, folding and can be assembled and disassembled in a matter of minutes. Ultralight will prove the ideal purchase to ensure all school plays and performances are clearly visible to your audience requiring minimal space for storage.


www.gopak.co.uk 0800 195 4255


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here is a reason why so many of the top performing independent and state schools have chosen KAZ....


Request a free trial and find out why. www.kaz-type.com/free-trial-education.aspx


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January 2018


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