Wintonbury Magnet School
September 22, 2017 • Bloomfield, CTWhat does a classroom look like where play and exploration are central to the curriculum? Principal Lisa Eells explains how the classroom layout and furniture can promote scientific inquiry and learning.
“What we choose to do here at Wintonbury is use natural, subtle colors and natural fibers so that it creates a pleasing atmosphere, and the furniture just enhances that. ” Lisa Eells, Principal of Wintonbury Early Childhood Magnet School
These solid no-nonsense tables are designed to stay put while hosting the whirl of daily activity. Easy to clean surface is laminated on both sides with heat sealed edges to prevent warping. Choose from adjustable (tool-free) or solid legs.View More
An antidote to the standard institutional look, these desks invite children to learn, discover, and explore. Two- and Four-Seater Desks facilitate group learning. Comes fully assembled, all you need to do is rotate the legs into place. Choose from solid wooden or adjustable (tool-free) legs.View More