Movable furniture feast

7th March 2003 at 00:00
Stage Systems is bringing lots of new ideas to this year's show including the concept of flexible classrooms which can cope with growing or shrinking pupil numbers. The company, best known for its range of stages, tiers and seating equipment, will show visitors how a flexible classroom space can be achieved with simple, movable wall dividers.

With so many children developing back and neck problems from using poorly designed computer desks, they also plan to show their latest workstations such as those made by the Danish company MH, the Scandinavian maker of ergonomic school furniture.

Stand B10

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