This BBC programme features interesting feedback from deaf students and their teachers, when their acoustic environment was improved beyond minimum acoustic compliance. It highlights where these benefits can help children particularly with special hearing requirements and how it motivated them to take action themselves.
Ecophon supplied products for the acoustic improvements and the NDCS has published a brief interim summary of the Essex Study “Making Sweyne Park School sound good”
Click here to download the file
More info about the Essex Study and the final report “Optimised classroom acoustics for all” which is now an OECD, Centre for Effective Learning Environments – “Best Practices for Educational Facilities Investments” is available here.