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Discomfort and poor acoustics in schools can create inadequate communication between teachers and students as well as increase distraction, hindering a student’s ability to learn. Acoustics in schools are usually poor due to their design – open plan spaces with plenty of hard surfaces, which unfortunately leads to higher levels of reverberation and weak speech intelligibility. Acoustics in schools doesn’t just stop at classrooms; hallways and halls can be a major problem that will require adequate noise control to prevent disruption to the surrounding classrooms.

Creating a comfortable schooling environment is essential to ensuring students have a positive learning experience. Better acoustics in schools and lecture halls will help to create a more enjoyable learning environment for students to thrive in.

With the right acoustics, you can improve speech intelligibility, reduce noise build up and distractions, and prevent excessive reverberation. Our collection of acoustics solutions ideal for the educational sector feature a variety of products in different shapes, designs, sizes, and colors, to ensure you find the right solutions that will not only meet your acoustic demands but also the design of your interior.

Creating a comfortable schooling environment is essential to ensuring students have a positive learning experience. Better acoustics in schools and lecture halls will help to create a more enjoyable learning environment for students to thrive in.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the effects of poor school acoustics?  

Poor acoustics in schools can cause too much reverberation and excessive noise levels that can affect people’s ability to concentrate and create stressful environments for teachers. This reduced focus can lead to a disruption in learning and depleted performances.

What are acceptable noise levels in classrooms?  

The World Health Organization recommends classrooms don’t exceed 35 decibels when empty, this means fans, computers, and any other potential background noises shouldn’t go above 35dB and teachers' voices should be 15dB above this to ensure clear audibility.

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