Classrooms

Classroom Acoustics

Over the many years there have been numerous studies highlighting the negative impacts of increased noise levels in classrooms. Learning and hearing difficulties, short attention spans and increased stress levels  for both teachers and pupils have all been traced back to excessively noisy classrooms. Children with special needs can be particularly disadvantaged.

Reducing Noise In Classrooms

The solution to provide a quieter environment by reducing reverberation or reflected sound. Teaching in classrooms rely on voice - the spoken word – and reducing background noise allows for less shouting, greater speech clarity, and as numerous studies show, a greater ability to concentrate. 

Sontext Serenity Acoustic Panels have been used successfully for reducing reflected sound in teaching environments. The panels are lightweight, can be faced with acoustic fabrics available in a huge range of colours and patterns, and can be easily installed to most existing walls or ceiling lining materials.

 

Solution to Reduce Noise In Classrooms

SerenityLite Panels

SerenityLite Acoustic Panels are lightweight sound absorbers that are ideal for direct fixing to ceilings and upper walls, away from potential impact damage.

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Serenity Panels

Serenity Acoustic Panels are recommended for high traffic areas. They are manufactured with a timber frame and MDF backing and include an impact resistant membrane under the fabric facing.

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Serenity Arts Panel

Serenity Art Panels deliver the same high performance sound absorption as Serenity Acoustic Panels.  However, Sontext can print an image of your choice, such as a logo or art print, on to the fabric face.

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Results Of Soundproofing Classrooms

Sontext Serenity Acoustic Panels have been used successfully for reducing reflected sound in teaching environments. The panels are lightweight, can be faced with acoustic fabrics available in a huge range of colours and patterns, and can be easily installed to most existing walls or ceiling lining materials.

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