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building schools for the future: greenford high school case study

Over 700 square metres of white breeze block corridors was recently transformed with Digitile's robust and durable wall murals.

By creating an inspirational educational environment,
Greenford High School's maths and science department awakens the spirit of discovery in students and teachers alike.

Designed and installed by Digitile, the wall murals
feature science inspired images generated by Digitile and the school's own creative art department led by art teacher Kate Boshier.

Digitile worked closely with the teachers and pupils of the school to create the three floors of seamless visuals which not only brighten up the corridors, but provide an educational aid throughout the building.

"The goal of this project was to produce an environment that would bring science and maths to life, leaving pupils eager to learn and explore," - Dominic Crinson, Digitile

"The project has had a huge impact, students, staff, parents and governors have all been very impressed and the design has been the subject of many conversations, particularly amongst the students," - Kate Griffin, Head Teacher, Greenford High School

The design and installation process took approximately four weeks and the murals were installed in only a week over the summer break with no impact on classes.

The wall murals are made from a very durable, hard
wearing, washable canvas material with an anti-graffiti coating.

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Design and installation by Digitile, delivered over the summer break

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