The learning environment and the curriculum are inseparable. The thoughtful and intentional organisation of the learning environment is vital for the implementation of the curriculum. Inspiring, functional, aesthetically-pleasing environments empower students to explore, be curious, investigate, strengthen relationships and make meaning of their world.

The classroom environment is de-institutionalised to provide welcoming, beautiful spaces, segmented into areas that cater for noisy engagement or quiet contemplation; individual endeavours, small group workshops or whole Class meetings; indoor or outdoor investigations etc. Students actively contribute to the aesthetics, arrangement of spaces, documentation and planning, thereby gaining a sense of ownership over their environment and learning.