Infrastructure

Open Learning Spaces

Spatial and neuroscientific research has shown that open spaces learning classrooms naturally increase attention, focus, and curiosity in the brain, which is why the best companies in the world have made the shift towards open and collaborative workspaces.

Research has also established that schools need to make the shift to open learning hubs to help develop and enhance 21st-century skills and values in their learners.

Vega Schools has replaced traditional classrooms with open learning spaces classrooms, individual quiet zones, large spaces for immersive learning, and small hubs for individual assistance. These architectural innovations not only create an optimal learning environment and enable ‘real-life learning’ but also help our learners actively imbibe life skills and facilitate empathy, collaboration, enquiry, confidence, imagination, and creativity. They also help minimise negative behaviour such as bullying.

 

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Spatial and neuroscientific research has shown that open spaces naturally increase attention, focus, and curiosity in the brain, which is why the best companies in the world have made the shift towards open and collaborative workspaces. Research has also established that schools need to make the shift to open learning hubs in order to help develop and enhance 21st-century skills and values in their learners.

Vega has replaced traditional classrooms with open learning hubs, individual quiet zones, large spaces for immersive learning and small hubs for individual assistance. These architectural innovations not only create an optimal learning environment and enable ‘real-life learning’ but also help our learners actively imbibe life skills and facilitates empathy, collaboration, enquiry, confidence, imagination, and creativity. They also help minimise negative behaviour such as bullying.

It facilitates ‘free movement’ for these young learners and encourages them to explore their surroundings.

  • EMPATHY

    The ability to put one’s self in the shoes of another.

  • INTEGRITY

    The need for transparency with oneself and for those around.

  • INNOVATION

    Creating new knowledge by applying what we have learnt.

  • EXCELLENCE

    Identifying unique talents and learning the value of hard work.

  • COLLABORATION

    The ability to exchange ideas effectively and work well with others.