Auxiliary spaces

The auxiliary spaces are adjoining areas of various uses: storage, parents’ waiting rooms ….

Schools need other auxiliary facilities of various kinds to complete the services they provide to the educational community. For example, rooms are needed to receive visitors in a place with a large number of people, for example, in schools, parents have to be received by the tutor in the classroom itself due to the lack of a specific space for family visits.

Places are also needed to collect some elements or materials necessary for teaching and learning, or to store other resources that are withdrawn from their normal use.

It is usually necessary to have premises with suitable cupboards or shelves to store books and documents that need to be kept for a long period of time as an archive, which can be a space located in a more inaccessible place, such as the basement of the centre itself.

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