We recently spent time visiting some of our schools to see the fantastic ways they are using their immersive spaces. We observed lessons and spoke with staff and pupils to hear how the space has impacted on the whole school. It was a very inspiring few days and we took our friends from Visual Collective along to capture what we saw.
First up was Hebden Green School in Winsford. The school provides for around 100 pupils aged 2 – 19 years who have physical and medical difficulties. Many of the pupils have associated learning difficulties and sensory impairments.
4D installed an immersive space at Hebden Green in 2011 and it’s been fantastic to see the new and dynamic ways the school have been inspiring and engaging their pupils. Find out more in the 3 minute video below.
Further videos will be coming up in the next few days so keep an eye out for these!
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