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Advisory Team

You’ve seen Beparta’s furniture. It’s not traditional.

It’s flexible, it encourages collaboration, and facilitates anything from groupwork to individual reflection.

Beparta isn’t a traditional company either. We’re flexible, collaborative and 100% open to innovation and ready to push boundaries.

Other furniture companies allow the sales team to dictate which furniture will be offered, they allow the design team to dictate what the furniture looks like.

At Beparta, we’ve always had a consultative approach, we don’t believe we should dictate anything to anyone. Beparta respects that it’s the school leaders, the educators and the students who are the experts on furniture for education. Educators know precisely what is needed to help students learn best. That’s why Beparta won’t design anything without their input.

Beparta has gathered together an impressive Advisory Team of educators, school leaders, academics, and education-focused architects to guide our design process. Our Advisory Team meets regularly to discuss furniture that is needed for engaging education spaces, to review the designs we have developed and to discuss the results of trialing our (almost) finished products in actual classrooms.

We’re the first educational company in the world to put together an Advisory Team like this, and we’re so excited that it’s happening right here in Australia!

Suzanne Floro

Head of a large independent boys’ primary school

Alison Cramp

Deputy Head of Primary, Teaching and Learning at Moriah College

Daniel Smith

Managing Director of Leaf Architecture

Dr Wesley Imms

Associate Professor of Education at Melbourne Graduate School of Education

Ian Fairhurst

Educational innovation and technology

Dr Julia Morris

Senior Lecturer at Edith Cowan University

Sinan Kerimofski

Principal at Vasse Primary School
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