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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Yearbook Ideas: Letters to your teachers

It’s no secret that teaching is a tough job. It’s also no secret that students don’t always appreciate the regular reminders to work harder, tuck in that shirt and do your best. However at the end of our school, college or university years we have time to reflect on our journey and start to appreciate those who have been along for the ride, the time when those things our teachers were bugging us about actually start to make sense!

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Yearbook Page Ideas – Food Heaven vs Food Hell

“Food glorious food…” as the song goes – we all have food we love to gorge on and food we would rather not eat (and perhaps almost loathe). One thing is for sure, everyone enjoys talking about food. So why not use a foodie debate in your yearbook? Dedicate a yearbook page or spread (two pages) to your fellow classmates’ food faves and food fears. You could also have a section on food fads – what sweets, puddings, biscuits, ice creams, etc. were popular during your school years? How much did they cost? Take photos of these foods to put next to a description and price.

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