St Kentigern’s Primary School visit 4D

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Last week we welcomed a group of student journalists from St Kentigern’s Primary School to our offices. We are currently designing a 4D Immersive Space for the school and they asked if they could bring some pupils, staff and governors to investigate what we do!

Our teaching and learning expert, Gav, took control of the day and invited the journalists to explore the 4D Immersive Space at our office to get their initial reactions. The pupils then interviewed the lovely 4D team to really see what makes us tick. Finally we hit ‘play’ on our Newsroom theme so we could hear what our guests had learnt!

It was a really fun and exciting way to spend a Friday afternoon and we would happily welcome more journalists (student or otherwise) into our office any time!


Matthew Moss High School, Rochdale

[superquote]”I love learning in here…. the space is amazing and that’s why we called it the WOW room!”[/superquote]

Our biggest space yet! Matthew Moss High wanted a school hall that could be an incredible performance space and an immersive learning environment yet still be used for more traditional activities like exams. Our design team did not let them down! The space has two projection areas and an interactive floor meaning performances can take place all across the hall, as can immersive lessons. We also installed professional lighting and a brand new gantry so the school can host incredible performances. The space is completed with some flexible staging which can be packed away when needed. The school’s first production in the finished 4D Space is Singing In The Rain and we already have our tickets!

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