Painters in central London, bringing you a colourful and engaging learning environment
It has been proven that colour and design can have a measurable impact on learning outcomes. Classrooms and school buildings, in primary, secondary and further education need to be more visually exciting and engaging for the pupils. This can be easily and inexpensively achieved by simply painting a feature wall at the front of the classroom.
A feature wall can focus students attention on where the action is taking place in the classroom.
i.e. At the front of the classroom !
When it comes to choosing a colour we have to consider the different audiences in primary, secondary and further education students.
This can be achieved with uplifting accent colours on the feature walls while clean and fresh neutral colours play a part in the contrast by being painted on the remaining walls. Doors and trims can also be picked out in accent colours.
In public buildings, it is also important to use colour as much as possible in order to be effective and work with The equality Act guidelines. For visually impaired students, teachers or visitors, colour will help them to navigate throughout the building. It has been proved that visually impaired people are able to distinguish colour difference. Therefore using clearly distinguishable colours on walls, ceilings, doors and door frames will make it easier for them to move around.
Accent and neutral colours for PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS Primary students need to feel that they are in an environment of fun and play.
Accent and neutral colours for SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Teenagers fall into a middle category and while not adults, they need to be treated as adults, with room for some teenage fun and inspiration for their developing minds.
Accent and neutral colours for FURTHER EDUCATION STUDENTS
Further education students need to chill out and feel happy while they are in a learning environment.