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In Finland, several schools are combined on one campus but there is a central and transparent communal space that is often a dining area, gallery or library. At The Children’s School, New Canaan, a preschool of 110 pupils, a fluid open plan of staggered play areas without barriers achieves a similar unity through its openness. At a more micro level, relationships are made in the spaces in between, such as the transition zone of the undercover external wings of bubbletecture at Maibara Cho Preschool, Shiga (image 10), or the verandah at Lanterns, Winchester (image 11).
PHILOSOPHIES OF EARLY YEARS EDUCATION The specific requests of the children (described in detail in Clark 2007) were outlined in an interview with Alison Clark and Jennifer Singer (project architect) as being all about the importance to the children of personalised spaces and the way the children drew attention to any personal markers about themselves in the space. ) • a stage; just a small one in the classroom (it is used a lot and is constantly being customised) • a shared space to mix with the other children (preschool to reception) and with the parents.
There is a need for the centre to act as a focal point within the community and also as a reflection of its culture, with an equal emphasis on the design of the outside as on the inside of the building. Whiteboard in staffroom, Walthamstow Children’s Centre, London, UK 25 The children’s centre environment ARCHITECTURE FOR CHILDREN Context A sense of place and belonging within a precinct helps children with their own sense of identity. A children’s centre, especially one with additional integrated services, is an important focus for the community and the community needs to ‘own’ it and identify with it, for it to be truly successful.