The Education Lighting Challenge

The aim of good lighting in schools, both artificial and natural, is not only to provide enough illumination to allow users to perform the necessary tasks but also to contribute to the happiness and well-being of both students and teaching staff. The majority of educational buildings, from primary schools to universities, incorporate a wide range of spaces which may each require different lighting solutions.

Lighting is the single largest consumer of energy within a school building; therefore reducing this energy load has to be a key goal in any project. The use of LED luminaires combined with lighting controls can offer substantial savings, particularly in the educational environment where rooms typically have less utilisation than in commercial areas.

Projects Including Education

gb  Awel  y Môr Primary School

Awel y Môr Primary School

gb  Birmingham City University - Phase One

Birmingham City University - Phase One

gb  Birmingham City University - Phase Two

Birmingham City University - Phase Two

au  Coastal Environment Centre

Coastal Environment Centre

gb  Down to Earth Project

Down to Earth Project

gb  Manor Multi Academy Trust

Manor Multi Academy Trust

gb  Pershore College

Pershore College

gb  Rugby School

Rugby School

gb  Sharnbrook Academy

Sharnbrook Academy




 Sheffield Hallam University

Sheffield Hallam University

gb  University of Hertfordshire

University of Hertfordshire

gb  Windmill Community Campus

Windmill Community Campus