Forres Sandle Manor visited Centre VR with their fifth-year pupils to enhance their geography lessons with Google Earth VR.
Recently, Centre VR Bournemouth welcomed Forres Sandle Manor for a lesson in geography, which the year five students will never forget. The course topic was "Technology in Geography" and showed immersive virtual reality global landmarks and cities. Afterwards, to round off the fun and educational day, Forres Sandle Manor went to the scenic Bournemouth pier with crunchy chips.
Studies have shown virtual reality-aided education increases memory and knowledge recall by 10% compared to traditional teaching methods. While Beijing Bluefocus E-Commerce found students' test scores improved by 27.4% when teaching with virtual reality. Needless to say, Centre VR is at the frontier and future of education with virtual reality and is looking for new franchisees to expand their growing network across the UK.
Centre VR can support learning for up to 30 pupils at a time and is experienced in bringing the best VR can offer to students. This is just one of the benefits of being the largest virtual reality arena in the world!
If you are interested in preparing Britain for the digital future, a Centre VR franchise's total investment ranges from £75,000 to £125,000, depending on size and location. Then, after just two years you can expect revenues of up to £400,000.
Find out more about how Centre VR can be used in education to enhance the student experience and learning: www.CentreVR.co.uk/Education or click the orange button below to contact Centre VR directly.
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