The Building has a unique design all over India. In designing schools, the planner needs to be aware that his clients are children; he needs to take care to create structures, spaces and areas which cater to the specific (and varied) needs of precisely this target group. So the spatial dimension is according to child-based, allowing not only for learning but equally important for play and recreation. If the architectural quality and specific design of a built environment leads to a sense of increased wellness in the learner, his/her academic performance will be higher than where a school structure is merely a shelter without comfort-zone, without positive emotional qualities. Thus, a school environment provides not only spaces for frontal or active learning (classrooms) but also for social learning, peer-group interaction. This happens outside the classroom on playgrounds and in corridors or halls of the school, in corners or under trees, where children can establish their own comfort zones.