Copenhagen International School

A school with sustainability ambitions

Sustainability and educating champions of the future are key elements for Copenhagen International School (CIS). The school has set out to become a 100% sustainable institution and educate and inspire students to lead the world onto a more sustainable path for the future. 

The school building has won numerous national and international design awards with its unique architectural look and 12,000 solar panels on the front. The solar panels not only add to the school's design, they also cover 50% of the school's energy consumption.  

Ambitious when choosing partner

Like with all other aspects of the school, the bar was set extremely high when deciding on a supplier for installing and designing the new play area on the school's 2nd floor. The school was clear of their demands. It had to be highly durable in order to be sustainable, and safe and inspiring for the children.

The school partnered with KOMPAN who holds the environmental ISO 14001 certification to build their new huge playground located on the 2nd floor overlooking the sea. KOMPAN's strategy to play green taps right into CIS's ambitious sustainability strategy. KOMPAN uses sustainable and recycled materials combined with a strong focus on reducing waste in the production. 

 

A great tool for education

The school holds children with nationalities from all over the world, and thus very different cultures for play. The play area is designed to give the children a universal play experience that will challenge and inspire them to become champions of a just and sustainable world.   

Play equipment like birdsnest swings, the Supernova, Galaxy structures, Robinia Cottage, and Corocord Octanet and Rope Bridge are sure to provide hours of fun for the children. 

Physical

Social/emotional

Cognitive

Creative

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We wanted durable solutions to be environmentally friendly and something that would challenge and speak to the creativity of our students.

Thomas Nielsen

Director of Communications

Copenhagen International School

Copenhagen International School

Zealand, Copenhagen 2150, Denmark

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