Originated by John O’Donoghue
We live in a very visual culture. Pupils are used to being visually stimulated from so many angles and from such a young age with all the technology that is available to them. In order to engage them, we are in a time where the visual presentation of lessons, activities and your school are of huge consequence to a pupil’s ability to learn.
Stimulating learning environments both in the classroom and around the school contribute greatly to enthusiasm, engagement and attitudes towards learning. Colourful, imaginative and appealing displays are not only a way to lift mood and make the learning environment a brighter, happier place to be, they also contribute significantly to children’s subconscious learning. Attractive and inspiring surroundings contribute to a positive outlook towards life as well.