DuraTough is available across our full range of desks and tables so you can choose furniture that will stand up to just about anything the school environment can throw at it.
Woods’ DuraTough finish provides a ‘no maintenance’ alternative to traditional table top finishes.
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Principal Tony Grey believes setting up numerous areas and seating options has worked well to support his schools’ approach to individualised learning styles.
"What I like most about Woods Furniture is the quality... it's certainly built to last and is very robust."
"I also like the flexibility that it affords our students. We can design a number of different spaces in our class environments to really bolster the type of teaching and learning that we want".
Visit our case study to watch our video featuring Tony, Teacher Joanna Dawson and students.Read More
Pillans Point needed to optimise a modern learning environment to be used by multiple teachers and a large number of children. They asked Woods Furniture to match the learning space with the needs to their team, using furniture to create the divide in spaces.
"I think the big part for me with Woods is the relationship that I have with Mark. Very personable, very understanding and a lot of time in the industry understanding what schools need. So I had full trust in saying we’ve got this space, you bring your expertise to us and match it with my staff."
Visit our case study to watch our video with Matt & Assistant Principal, Christine Shearer.Read More
Matt Williams, Principal, shares his experiences of working with Woods Furniture NZ to open a brand new school.
"Woods were more personable and took the time to listen to what we wanted and understand our curriculum".
They found the design consultancy provided by Woods really beneficial, particularly in helping them narrow down their choices to what would work best.
Vist our case study to watch our interview with Matt, teacher Darsh Dahya and Design Consultant Helen Kelder.Read More