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    Inspirational Learning Spaces

    Challenging stereotypes, cultivating imagination

    The Lumen Learning Trust is at the forefront of developing environments that ensure the joy of teaching and learning extends beyond the traditional classroom and into immersive learning spaces.

    These spaces allow our children to explore the different ways they learn, while at the same time encouraging our teachers to develop and adjust their own pedagogy regarding immersion, space and convention.


    Riverbridge Libraries
    At Riverbridge libraries on both sites are steeped in a woodland theme complete with log and toadstool seating, grassy flooring and interactive book bags which carry props to enable reading and storytelling to be a dynamic and interactive event for young minds.


    Saxon Pool
    Extensively refurbished at the end of 2016, we are immensely proud of the pool at our Saxon site which is used by our children across the Trust. With newly installed changing rooms and a dehumidification system that allows year round use the pool is a fantastic space for children to challenge themselves and work collaboratively.


    Echelford Lighthouse Suite
    Opened in September 2017, the Lighthouse Suite is a collection of rooms and spaces themed around the beach which is in stark contrast to a conventional classroom. With AstroTurf underfoot in the Lighthouse and gently changing lights in the Nest concentration spans and engagement dramatically increase which allows for high quality teaching and learning.


    Echelford Learning Spaces
    Introduced during Spring Term 2018 Echelford have created vibrant themed additional learning support areas. Children across the school use these areas in small groups working with an adult in various subject lessons to aid concentration, develop skills and help to improve confidence in areas of the curriculum that the children might be finding tricky.