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Litherland High School - AV Awards Finalist Project

CDEC Ltd - AV Awards 2011 Finalist uses Edis AV products for Litherland High School

 

A 27.5 million (US$41 million) next-generation school which has just been completed at Litherland in Sefton, Liverpool UK was a finalist project in the AV Awards 2011 last week.

The hi-tech solar powered building boasts colour-coded rooms featuring the latest computers along with dance and recording studios. 

 

The school is the first in Sefton, Liverpool to be completed under the Building Schools for The Future programme.

It features outside classrooms, solar panels and a wind turbine with separate hairdressing and beauty salons equipped to professional standards and interactive classrooms with projectors and sound systems.

School bells are replaced by classical music which change on a fortnightly basis.


      

The colour coding ranges from green for student support areas to blue for calm classroom areas, to red or yellow for music and dance.

 

Headteacher Jim Donnelly said he believed the improvements were "long overdue." He added that: "The building has been carefully and individually designed to enhance learning in the 21st century".

The central avenue unites the three distinct curriculum areas of the school and features the professionally-designed hairdressing and beauty salons; "it is called the Avenue of Stars to reflect our strong links with Hong Kong."

The school's old building was the first school to be opened by Lancashire County Council after the Second World War which will now be demolished to make way for a new "village green" for the use of the school.

EA35 In-wall amplifier with Fast-install cable kitThe school building is 10,900 m2 Sheppard Robson, the arcitect, is working with Kier Education on a One School Pathfinder to provide a bespoke tailored design for a school providing interactive classrooms to enhance learning.

The new Litherland High School embodies the vision of the staff and students into an innovative interactive learning environment, a radical departure from the traditional institutional school style.

 

 

      

  
AV Awards 11 FinalistInteractive classrooms include Edis EA35 In-wall amplifiers with microphone inputs, Fast-install cable kits and E206 wall mounted speakers either side of short throw Epson projectors, Digital signage features Edis World Beater LCD Tilt wall mounts with all Audio Visual equipment supplied and installed by CDEC Ltd who are Finalists in the AV Awards 2011.

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