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.
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 school bag to use in your yearbook!
If like us you hold yearly Halloween fun events at your school make a dedicated page in your leavers’ yearbook. Show off your best costumes, capture your friends taking part in festive activities, or remember that deadly disco dancing by your head teacher forever!
When you’re planning your yearbook pages and thinking about student profile pages, teacher pages, trips, ‘Guess Who?’, dream job, etc. it’s easy to overlook a simple photo collage page documenting student life in the school building. A School Days yearbook page is a great way to remember those many hours spent in the school grounds, especially if you don’t have enough pages to dedicate to every event individually!
This year has passed at whirlwind speed and you’re already being asked to write an introduction for the leavers’ yearbook! Just for you, we’ve gathered our top 5 Headteacher and School Principal yearbook message ideas to help you along.
Have you ever counted the number of hours you’ve spent with your form group? You’ve shared the majority of your teenage years with these people, whether you stay in touch, or not, they will always be a part of your life. To remember just how much you’ve grown together here are a few yearbook page ideas to try out yourself.
Every leavers’ yearbook is truly unique to each school, and the more thought you put into your pages the more memorable it’ll be! Here are 5 page ideas plucked from the arms of the yearbook makers themselves.
I remember the days of looking after the school pet… checking every few minutes that the much adored fluff ball was still breathing, suitably fed and watered. Thankfully all went well on my (well, my Mum’s) watch. How about giving those four-legged pals a bit of appreciation in your leavers’ yearbook? If you don’t have school pets, adapt this page to show off your pets at home.
Welcome back and happy new year to you, lovely reader!
Love them, or hate them resolutions happen without us even realising. The breaking of a new year helps us take a fresh look and start a clean slate whatever has gone before. Who hasn’t seen that meme in their newsfeed about the “first blank page of a 365 page book”?