The chair has a cleverly designed s-shaped backrest. This s-shape supports the ‘active sitting’ needs of students in primary and secondary schools.

The lower curve of the ‘s’ in the backrest gives freedom of movement, easing pressure on a child’s lower back and pelvis. It supports dynamic, freedom of movement and the multitude of sitting positions that school students need to help them stay focused in the classroom.

The rounded seat is designed to not force the body forwards, and the slim profile of the backrest means the upper body can move sideways.

The moulded polypropylene seat design is inherently strong, without the use of fibreglass reinforcement, which means the recycling options for these chairs are greater.

The chairs come with a matching table, and are also suitable for use in commercial interiors.

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