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Five beautiful school interiors from around the world

  • Bailly School, Saint-Denis, France

    Bailly School, Saint-Denis, France

  • Galjoen School, The Hague, The Netherlands

    Galjoen School, The Hague, The Netherlands

  • Leimondo Nursery School, Nagahama, Japan

    Leimondo Nursery School, Nagahama, Japan

  • School Barvaux Conroz, Belgium

    School Barvaux Conroz, Belgium

  • Orestad Gymnasium, Copenhagen, Denmark

    Orestad Gymnasium, Copenhagen, Denmark

Created on: 28th August 2017

Here we have selected some interior design inspiration from five schools around the world, which we think would certainly be inspiring for the children learning and working within them.

What makes an amazing school? 

Great teachers, large grounds, and a perfect Ofsted report have been said to be the key to a good school, however, over the past few years, new studies have suggested that a school’s educational interior design and build can affect a child’s learning success by as much as 25%.

A year-long study by the University of Salford’s School found that classroom architecture and design significantly affected academic performance, which means that schools with leaking roofs, poor lighting, mouldy walls and drab furnishings should no longer be acceptable as a place of study. 

The world's coolest schools 

In the above pictures, we have selected some inspiration from five schools around the world, which we think would certainly be inspiring for the children learning and working within them. From the colours to the lighting and the design of the spaces, every detail has been considered in these institutions to ensure that each child's learning journey is fun and interesting. 

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