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Fresh Air in our Schools

Children spend a substantial amount of time in their classrooms each day, it’s therefore vital to consider health and safety alongside a well-structured curriculum. The environment also needs to be a safe and comfortable environment where they can thrive and most of all, concentrate. If the classroom is muggy, with insufficient airflow, it can be difficult for them to focus on their studies, and it’s simply not a suitable learning environment.


Fresh air makes the world go ‘round. It’s what delivers the necessary amount of oxygen to our bodies, which we breathe in every waking second of our life. It’s a big reason why your doctor recommends spending time in the great outdoors and connecting with nature on a regular basis. 

When hot and bothered, children will become inattentive, bored, and tired and this will negatively impact their education. Not to mention, a classroom full of bored and tired children will be much harder for the teacher to manage, making their job much more difficult. There are other benefits too that make it essential to have adequate and healthy clean ventilation systems in schools.


It’s also a big reason why they recommend opening your doors and windows frequently when indoors, that way you can allow that beautiful fresh air inside. Research suggests that fresh air indoors comes with a wide range of physical health benefits, as well as your overall well-being. 


The researchers also found that improving ventilation rates, reducing CO2 concentration and increasing access to daylight in classrooms, improves pupils’ performance in the sense of speed, higher levels of attention and concentration and lower rates of absenteeism.