Environment: Providing essential structures, systems, and resources
The learning environment is the context in which learning happens, and the conditions the school designs and develops to enhance student learning experiences.
School environments include the human, natural, built, and virtual resources through which learning experiences take place. They cover facilities and technology; human and financial resources; assets of culture and language; the allocation of time; and decisions about how schools divide, group, and coordinate responsibilities.
Physical learning environment
The school is close to the nature.
Sandnes International School aims to create a better world by providing students with a rigorous international education and opportunities to take meaningful action and lead change in a safe and positive learning environment in which learners’ needs are supported, differences are respected, and their unique qualities are valued and nurtured.