Teachers and students spend a lot of time in class talking to one another and exchanging their experiences, making the classroom an ideal setting for information exchange.
Teachers and students spend a lot of time in class talking to one another and exchanging their experiences, making the classroom an ideal setting for information exchange. To protect our students’ health and well-being, we design our classrooms at Dunes Academy to meet or exceed international requirements for space, natural light, and ventilation.
The use of whiteboards and interactive whiteboards has made classroom instruction more interactive and interesting for students. Our classroom furniture is not only visually appealing but also fulfils international quality requirements and is ergonomically built to assure the safety and comfort of the pupils.
We also offer outdoor spaces that may be used as classrooms for our outbound education programs. An outdoor classroom has been found to increase pupils’ interest in and enthusiasm for learning.
Here, children are encouraged to express themselves creatively. They collaborate on art projects with their instructors and classmates. Children are encouraged to follow their natural inclinations. In the activity area, we let our young Picassos use their imaginations at will.
Freedom of movement and the opportunity to engage all of the senses are two of the greatest benefits of teaching in an outdoor setting. We can create more curious and interested adults by protecting children’s natural sense of wonder.