Dec 18, 2017 Last Updated 9:38 AM, Nov 30, 2017
Installing acoustic ceilings and wall absorbers in classrooms helps create calmer, more productive spaces for teaching and learning, improving speech intelligibility and concentration, which has a positive effect on academic performance.
How we build schools that are ‘fit for learning’ in the 21st century has changed over the last six years. In 2010, the Government’s Priority Schools Building Programme was introduced with the aim to design and construct school buildings that are cost-effective to build and…
The Haukaasen kindergarten in Trondheim Norway is an example of the way in which Troldtekt ceiling panels are being specified throughout Europe and the UK to control acoustics in schools.
Skyfold, the unique, vertical-rising partitioning system from Style, has set an incredible new industry standard in soundproofing with the launch of its 59dB Rw, fully automatic acoustic moveable wall. In addition, the Skyfold range also includes the new Zenith automatic partition that is particularly relevant…

Tailored acoustics

Acoustic design of new school buildings is something which has been mandatory under the Building Regulations for over a decade, given the significance that noise interference can have on teaching outcomes.

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