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Living Faith Lutheran Primary School

Living Faith Lutheran Primary school had their Year 4, 5 and 6 classrooms fitted out with BFX Furniture. After the changes made to the Year 6 room, positive results were seen. An increase from 65% to 95% of students said they liked or loved the school. Significantly, reading ability among students also increased.

Project Description

BFX were very proud to assist in the recent refurbishment and reimagination of Living Faith Lutheran Primary’s Year 2 Learning Habitat and the Year 3 Learning Sanctuary. Nestled amongst beautiful bushland, the building which has been named ‘The Treehouse’, was subject to careful and creative design choices that embody the notion of Future Focused Learning.

Living Faith Lutheran Primary were early adopters of Future Focused Learning and are fully committed to igniting and supporting learning. Decisions on furniture and colour palette were all research based and chosen for their agility and comfort, allowing students and teachers to creatively change the classroom configuration to meet the needs of the lesson and individuals. To achieve this Living Faith chose furniture pieces such as wobble stools, ottomans, beanbags, sit/stand tables, flexible stadiums and interconnecting, reconfigurable shaped desks. It is clear from the student’s responses that it has been a big hit.
Key Services
BFX Sales and Project Consultant, Ken Park worked closely with Living Faith Lutheran Primary School to deliver engaging Future Focused Learning spaces with a focus on igniting an supporting learning. Manufacturing and delivery to site was completed on time and within budget. 3D models of the furniture within the rooms was provided, enabled Living Faith to clearly visualise how the final spaces would appear and function.

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Classrooms of the future must be flexible, must be agile and enable each child to reach there own individual potential.

Les Barnard
Business Manager
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