Thursday, 10 November 2016

Strengthening Our Community with Social Spaces

Our second-floor social space is one of many designed to build community at Greenwood.

When we began planning our building expansion and renovation, one of the messages we heard loud and clear from students was that they wanted more social spaces - places to talk and laugh together at lunch, before school and during spares.

Our second-floor social space was designed with this feedback in mind and has been very popular with students since school started in September. Cruiser tables allow students to have a snack or a meal in small groups, while glass-walled breakout rooms encourage larger groups to gather. Many students also take advantage of this space to work quietly during spares or before and after school, and to meet with their teachers.

Overall, this new space is one of many at Greenwood that helps to build community.

 Cruiser tables allow students to have a snack or a meal in small groups or to complete homework.

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