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Dickleburgh children inspired by nature

by anonymous | Jan 31, 2012 | Blog, Education

We asked Dickleburgh Pre-School Chairman Molly Ball about the benefit of their new space to the children. We recently completed an extension for her school which we had originally designed a building for in April 2010.She told us of the impact on the children’s learning but also on their attitudes to the environment. We find it satisfying to think of the longer term impact a space can make.Molly said that “The children are inspired by their natural surroundings and it is incorporated into all aspects of their day. The eco-friendly building has encouraged even our youngest children to be more aware of their environment and the importance of looking after it.”
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