LG have been challenged with the task of refurbishing 11 classrooms, In a school based in Wokingham. The classrooms were previously worn, tired and in a state of disrepair.
As the school is still operational our hard working staff are carrying out night shifts to get this completed.
Classroom design brings together all the products and finishes within a classroom to achieve a better appearance, more practicality and versatility, and incorporation of the best new thinking.
The health and comfort of students and teachers are among the many factors that contribute to learning and productivity in the classroom, which in turn affect performance and achievement. Every effort is made to achieve good indoor air quality through proper design, construction and operation of a school. A typical cause of poor indoor air quality is volatile organic compounds or VOCs that originate from construction materials, furnishings, and finishes. VOCs can result in objectionable odors and produce irritation such as headache, eye tearing, and nasal burning. One of the common products contributing VOCs into the air includes paints that are frequently used to refresh school appearance and improve surface durability. The VOCs associated with paints and coatings can be either ingredients that are added to the paint to enhance product performance and shelf life or they can be byproducts of the paint drying process. Studies of airborne VOCs were made in a public middle school before and after painting. The primary objective of the study was to compare airborne levels of VOCs when a traditional industrial semi-gloss paint was used on interior wall surfaces versus a new formulation of low emitting semi-gloss paint.
A clean bright classroom impacts learning within the classroom as children enjoy bight colours and will feel that they want to learn in a colorful classroom helping children develop.