Let’s take a trip down memory lane, shall we? Sometimes inspiration can strike in the most useful of ways; when you have loads of time to work on an idea and put something together. This convergence of creativity and free time is much celebrated, but the reality is that it very rarely happens. More
Are you a teacher who’s stuck for how to start a yearbook message? Don’t worry; it gets easier with practice. Here’s our top tips for writing open letters to your students (tips for autograph pages are also below):
This year, January 27th – February 3rd marks National Storytelling Week. Across the country, people are sharing their favourite stories, as well as encouraging others to have a go at telling their own stories. This got us thinking. After all, who doesn’t love a good tale?
Flash mobs are a great way to get people’s attention and to get a message out there to the public. They’re also a fun way to advertise your yearbook project – and you can get some great photos for it along the way.
A lot of people tell us that nobody buys newspapers these days – if that’s true then there’s even more reason to use newspapers as a theme for your Yearbook! All you need is little creativity and some helpful elements using Yearbook Hub; here’s how to get started! It’s OK To Be Square One
Stuck for yearbook quote ideas? Here's some ideas you can use today that centre around the things we love most.
How often do you post to Instagram without a caption? In my case almost never. Captions are the third most read part of a publication, after the heading and sub-heading, so they definitely don’t go unnoticed. Yearbook photos tell a visual story and captions are great at extending that story. Simple captions Quick descriptive
Snapshot memories. We all have them; those moments that last forever at the back of your mind, even once others fade away. Christmas is a magical time of year, and the perfect opportunity to enshrine your snapshot memories of holiday festivities forever in your yearbook. Christmas spreads take up little real estate in your
What you carry around school each day says a lot about you as an individual – which cute notepad and folder designs caught your eye this year? Are you a pencil tin, or a pencil case person? Spill all (yes we mean literally) onto a desk and take a photo of the contents of your
On the 24th November we visited our forth consecutive tree planting day with The Woodland Trust. It was a beautifully sunny but windy autumnal day and we were joined by walking fanatic and Countryfile Presenter Julia Bradbury!