Under social distancing rules during the COVID-19 outbreak, most school proms have been cancelled. This can be a huge letdown. Your prom is such a special way to say goodbye to your friends…not to mention a great excuse to get dressed to the nines!
It’s that time again. Yearbook Awards are the best way to commend the quirky, committed, and crazy people in your yearbook.
Here’s our neverending list of the best Yearbook Awards Ideas from the past year, as well as some old tried-and-tested classics.
Simply put, fonts affect the appearance and style of writing.
You should think carefully about your font choices, as it can affect how easy your yearbook is to read, and even the mood of your yearbook.
Are you stuck in a colourful rut? Don’t know your chartreuse from your cerulean? Just what is puce, anyway? (Hint: these are all colours.)
Don’t despair. Choosing colours is easy if you follow a few simple rules – and you can even apply these to your everyday wardrobe choices.
A lot of people tell us that nobody buys newspapers these days – if that’s true then there’s even more reason to use newspapers as a theme for your Yearbook! All you need is little creativity and some helpful elements using Yearbook Hub; here’s how to get started!
How often do you post to Instagram without a caption? In my case almost never. Captions are the third most read part of a publication, after the heading and sub-heading, so they definitely don’t go unnoticed. Yearbook photos tell a visual story and captions are great at extending that story.
What could be a better send off for your Year 6 pupils than an award for great work, behaviour, or a certain skill? Maybe you already use classroom awards, in which case you’re a step ahead here. We’ve gathered a few yearbook award ideas specially for primary school leavers’ books. Let us know if you have any more to share @SPCYearbooks on Twitter.