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The transformation is phenomenal. The difference with the 4D experience is that not all of it is static and fixed, a sensory room doesn’t have the same flexibility, it’s far more restrained with the fixed items in there.
“The total impact of the immersive space and its ability to wow with sound, colour, visuals and video content creates an engaging, conversational and naturally relaxed atmosphere and was a completely new experience for our customers.”
” This innovative space has become an integral part of the care delivered by the centre and has proved successful beyond what we considered to be our original remit. This product has transformed the lives of the people using it both clients and staff alike. I cannot recommend it highly enough“
The space helps develop a wide range of skills including investigative techniques, collaboration and time management.
The purpose of the room is that it blows the kids away and takes them to places they never thought possible. You can show them a picture on a board but it is not the same, it’s not the same at all.
There are no boundaries in a room like this.
It’s the only time I’ve seen an entire class enter the room and collectively say ‘Wow!’ The finished space was far beyond anything I ever expected.
In the instant of being in the space the concentration and their interest has increased dramatically. I would definitely recommend 4D as a company, not to just schools but to any setting. They are very personable to work with. They listen to your needs and what you want out of the space.
When Ofsted came in they were blown away. Not just by the space but by the vocabulary from the children. They gave us an outstanding Ofsted as a result of the lesson, the space that was used and the children’s learning.