Yearbook Page Idea: Crackin’ Christmas Fun & Games

Parties, pantos, markets, concerts, nativity, assemblies, awards nights – who else can almost smell the turkey? It’s a busy time of year both in and outside of school, but we thoroughly recommend taking a bit of time record your festivities for your yearbook.
A yearbook page or spread dedicated to all things Christmas is so much fun. Everyone mucks in, gets creative and shares that all important spirit of giving, which make fantastic photos!
Here are a few page ideas you can adopt to remember the warm and fuzzies of your time together leading up to the end of the Autumn term…

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Yearbook Page Ideas – What’s Your Dream Job?

In all honesty (and don’t tell the other yearbook pages I said this this) ‘Dream Job’ pages are a firm favourite of mine. Yearbooks are always unique, and personal, but there’s just something about sharing a peep-hole into what they want to ‘be’ when they grow up. Lots of primary and secondary schools make dream job pages – they’re such a creative way to show each student’s aspirations for the future.

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Yearbook Ideas – Student Fact File Page

Creating a fact file yearbook page is a great opportunity to share all. We don’t mean your deepest darkest secrets (save those for your confessions page!).Think of a yearbook fact file page as a Wiki for each student – their history, skills, likes, dislikes and plans for the future.
You’ll learn a lot more about each other, it’s just a shame you’re leaving!

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How To Launch a Yearbook Awards Poll

Unless you’ve been living under an upturned cardboard box in the Amazon for the past year, you’ll know what I’m referring to when I say voting has been a big thing of late. Aside from the turbulant world of politics, yearbook awards polls are a fun way of rewarding others for their talents, habits and ‘quirks’.

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3 Steps to Yearbook Planning Success

Put down that Halloween costume just for a moment. I know, we’re just excited, but we also want to save you time when planning your yearbook. By now I’m sure you know the pros and (mostly) cons of leaving a task unplanned and until the absolute last minute. Here are three simple steps to yearbook planning success.

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How to Organise Your Yearbook Team

Congratulations! You’ve got a sterling team of yearbook volunteers ready to get their hands dirty creating a fantastic school yearbook. Now you need to know how to orgainise them and what ‘roles’ you can dish out. Getting responsibilities pinned down early on will save a lot of time and energy later on, so it’s definitely worth setting out a plan of action.
Here’s a list of yearbook team roles to help you.

Yearbook Advisors
Editors
Staff
Photographers
Viewers

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When SPC did Roald Dahl Day!

 
Give SPC the tiniest twinkle of an excuse to dress up and help a great cause and we’re there!
When we saw that Roald Dahl Day was coming up, we set to work making, baking and preparing to raise money for Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity.
Here are a few snaps of our scrumdiddlyumptious efforts, raising over £300!

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