Once you’ve created a section, you will then want to add content to your pages. To do this, click on the icon showing a pencil. This allows you to check the section out for editing: in other words, you can design and edit your pages. Only one person at a time can work on a section. When a user has checked a section out for editing, other users will see that section as ‘checked out’ (like a library book – only one person can have it checked out at a time). When you’ve finished working on your pages, in order to check the section back in, click on either ‘Save and Exit’ (to save your changes) or ‘Cancel and Exit’ (to discard your changes) at the top of the page.
Moving on from primary to secondary school is a huge milestone. It’s important to make those last few weeks of primary school fun and memorable for year 6 leavers… but how? Here’s our official Top Ten list of leavers’ ideas for year 6 pupils. Drum roll please…
Planning a school trip? You’ll want a hoodie for that. A custom school trip hoodie will keep you looking cool and feeling cosy, whether you’re on the ski slopes or the streets of Barcelona (not to mention helping your teacher keep track of you and your mates!). And in the years to come, you can grab the hoodie as a memento and as your go-to item of loungewear. School trip hoodies really are the gift that keeps on giving.
Photos are the focal point of a yearbook, and informal photos most of all. Fun, spur-of-the-moment informal photos are the best way to capture those memories and moments that you’ll want to keep forever.
More and more, yearbooks rely less on professional photographers and more on smartphone photos taken by students, staff and parents. So how do you get your smartphone photos to look amazing enough to earn a top spot in your yearbook?