Case study

Creating creative learners

Herne Hill School

The staff at Herne Hill School firmly believe that in preparing a child for life the most important years are from ages two to seven. They have found that Outlast blocks can be used to create an environment that invites enquiry and problem-solving, and is both stimulating and calming – promoting creativity and with plenty of opportunities for physical development.

Centre Type
Independent Schools, Nursery Schools
Region
Greater London
Focus Area
Outdoor

“The Outlast storage unit is perfect for us as it can be positioned permanently at the point of play. It allows the children to access resources while they're playing without having to go back into the classroom or to another storage place somewhere else. The fact that everything is quite low means that the children can access things themselves, take things out and then put them back as well, which is fantastic.”

— Heather Forsdick, Kindergarten teacher

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