4D creates unique spaces that play a major role in bringing the Secondary School curriculum to life.
A cross curricular tool that encourages creative thinking and peer led learning, young people can programme the whole space to create their own immersive experiences.
Examples of use
We have selected some examples of our immersive spaces, to highlight the impact 4D can create across the curriculum. Every 4D space comes with a library of immersive themes, but it’s quick and simple to create and upload you own allowing you to be as creative as you want to be!
Get ready for liftoff to the Moon and beyond! Plot your destination then discover how to get through the Earth's atmosphere into outer space.
Geography, Science, Maths, English
Write letters and poetry surrounded by the cold, muddy trenches of WW1. Shellfire is all around as you write to loved ones miles from home.
War Poetry from the Trenches
Going live in 3..2..1 - after researching and writing a report, it’s now time to present it to your class.
KS3, KS4, English
A cross curricular project to develop a huge range of communication, maths and planning skills.
Incredible feats of engineering and design are all around us. Learn about the shapes and formulae involved in creating the grandest of buildings.
Plot coordinates to navigate a giant map as pupils travel to new worlds and places.
Maps of the World
Now you’ve arrived, what can you see, what’s new and different, use grids and references to get home again. Design your own maps and write journals to show places you've visited.
You’re standing in front of a concentration camp, miles from home after being separated from your family. How do you feel? How have you got here?
WWII - Concentration camp
Travel back in time to 1960s America, a nation divided. You're standing amongst a huge roaring crowd about to witness history...
I have a dream
Listen to the speech and the roar of the crowd around you. Why are so many people here? How does it feel in the crowd? What happens next?
Take your newly learned vocabulary to the edge of a tunnel. Your friend is at the other end so make sure you’re speaking loud and clear.
Loud, clear and confident!
Modern Foreign Languages, English