Aligning learning spaces with Waterview Primary School's mission to Foster, to Learn, to Nurture, to enable full potential.
Working closely with Sebel, Waterview Primary School was able to design the bright and engaging learning spaces they required for stage two of their rebuild.
Principal Brett Skeen and Sebel Account Manager Michael Hellyer have worked together across many projects over the years. Their strong working relationship made for the perfect collaboration when creating classroom environments that encourage students to do their best.
During the project, Michael and Brett worked together with ideas and inspiration from individual teachers who would be teaching in these learning environments. The teachers shared their vision and requirements that would allow them to facilitate their students as best they can.
Storage solutions were an important part of the design process to allow students and teachers to have their own areas and to keep the classrooms clean and tidy.
Each learning space had their own colour scheme that teachers had selected. Michael was able to source furniture solutions that complemented the colour schemes of each classroom.
When it came to the placement of the furniture, the decision was to stagger the installation based on the product and what was available. The Whiteboard Cabinets were installed first, allowing for the rest of the product to be installed around them. The close collaboration made it easy for the team to communicate and solve any issues that arose in a timely manner.
The students and teachers at Waterview Primary School are elated with their bright new learning spaces. “Developing strong relationships with schools helps me understand just what the school is after”, Michael Hellyer says, “it allows me to design a space that staff and students love”.
Each learning space has its own colour scheme
Teachers shared their vision and requirements
The brief was to create bright and engaging spaces
Furniture was selected to complement the chosen colour palettes
Students and teachers are elated with their new spaces