* * 10% Off Yearbooks * * Get 10% off yearbooks with code YB10OFF | expires 30th March What's on your Bucket List? Make bucket lists for places to travel, new skills to learn, or simply to tick off certain lifetime milestones. Put your year groups' bucket list in your yearbook. It'll definitely give you something to talk about at your reunion! Photobooth Fun Time Photo booths are a bundle of fun for students of any age and can be as simple, or high-tech as you wish. Here's how to create your own photo booth yearbook page. What's Your Dream Job? Give your students a creative way to show their aspirations for the future. All you need is a mini whiteboard, blackboard, or sheet of A4 paper and a camera. Yes, that's all. Really. Teacher Pages Love them or hate them, your teachers have played a pretty big role in your school life. It’s only right that you dedicate at least a couple of your yearbook pages to them. Isn’t it? Teacher pages can be used to let your teachers write a final goodbye message. You might even discover that they actually liked you. Student Pages Student profile pages have become a bit of a mainstay, and your yearbooks just wouldn’t be the same without them. Usually these pages consist of a photo and a comment by each student in your year, which works really well, but if you want to mix it up a bit; we have some great ideas to inspire you. Student Fact File 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! School Trips Pages We all love school trips, often they are the highlight of the year. Whether your school has visited a local business, a london museum or ventured abroad, you can always include school trip pages in your yearbooks. Guess Who? Guess who pages are a really fun way of making your yearbook a little bit different to the rest. Whether it’s matching baby pictures to your teachers or students, or identifying who is included in a mash up of facial features, we have plenty of ideas for making your yearbook more interactive. Yearbook Awards Pages Awards pages tend to fall into two categories. Awards that recognise past ‘achievements’ and awards that predict the future. If you’re struggling to think of more than ‘Most likely to embarrass themselves in class’ then you should definitely check out our awards page ideas. Page 1 First impressions matter, and it very hard to recover from a bad one. So what do you do with the first page of your yearbook? There are so many possibilities, some of which are better than others. So we have put together some of our favourites. You know, in case you need some help. Last Page Plans for the future, a treasured collection of messages and signatures all make great yearbook closers. Strive to end the yearbook with the same energy as it started with some of our ideas below for the last page. New Year Resolutions Eat healthier, take some time for self-improvement, improve your finances. What are your new year resolutions for 2017? Add them to your yearbook! Sign up for weekly yearbook ideas First Name * Last Name * Email * Send me yearbook ideas …containing everything you need to know to get your yearbook off to a flying start!