We're lucky enough to be getting a new school (and community) building in 2018, and I'm one of the staff leading on new build issues. One of the issues we're currently coming to is room numbering and naming. We have our strategy for numbering and names mostly sorted; but there are a handful of miscellaneous rooms that currently have relatively uninspiring names ("interview room", "tutorial room", "quiet room", "general purpose room"). All these rooms will be bookable and used by a wide range of school and community groups. We are going to consult with pupils, staff and community on ideas for some more "interesting" names for these rooms; but I want a few ideas to get the ball rolling - so I thought I'd ask people on here for any interesting room naming strategies they have heard of, or use in their own schools. the small number of ideas we have so far are: naming after famous people (to be decided which) naming after local geographical words (slight issue with causing territorial issues, as our catchment area covers a number of separate distinct communities and we want to bring them together, not risk dividing them) naming the rooms after particular values that we want pupils to aspire to (e.g. the "trust room" or the "perseverance room") Any other ideas will be great to hear!