Case Studies
  • Windygoul Primary School

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Scottish Primary School Chooses Multiroll for its Main Hall

Windygoul Primary School first opened its doors in 2007. It is an Eco school in the south of Tranent, East Lothian with 18 classes from P1 to P7 and two nursery classes for 3 - 5 year olds.

As with most schools, the main hall is an important multi-purpose space used for a multitude of activities each and every day – often with the need to re-arrange the space quickly for the next class, gym lesson, rehearsal or assembly.

Working with East Lothian Council’s own architects and contractor Clark Contracts, Style was asked to provide a solution to speedily divide the hall into two separate rooms, or allow it to be used as one open area.

The optimum solution was a new version of the popular Multiroll system with impact absorbing PVC panels and retractable side guides providing a safe environment for children to express themselves. The simple turnkey operation makes dividing the space quick, safe and easy.

“We’re delighted to have added Multiroll to our portfolio of high quality moveable wall solutions, as it’s a great product with wide-ranging benefits,” said David Louden, Style’s director for Scotland.

“The added benefit for Windygoul School is the enhanced environment that has been created both in terms of acoustic separation between the two sides of the gym hall and the sound absorbing PVC panels which reduce the reflected sound.

“This creates a more pleasant environment for both teachers and children, and the acoustic separation makes it the best of its type.”