How fresh air can improve their learning
One of the major concerns on what impacts children’s performance in education is their school environment.
Adequate indoor air quality depends on effective ventilation which provides cool, clean air and removes the build-up of pollutants.
If the classroom is too hot and stuffy, this can make pupils lethargic, affects concentration and can have a detrimental effect on their ability to learn.
What are some of the benefits of allowing fresh air in?
Sharper mind and more energy
Fresh air helps you to think better and more clearly. It improves concentration and has a great effect on increasing energy levels. This can in turn lead to an improvement of student performance and engagement.
Strengthens the immune system
Stop stagnant air by allowing continuous outdoor air to flow into the building. White blood cells need enough oxygen to work properly so they can fight bacteria and germs. A stronger immune system will reduce absence and illness.
It makes you happier
Smile! Because fresh air leaves you feeling more relaxed and refreshed, promoting a sense of happiness and well-being. Say hello to more cheerful classrooms.
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