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.
Unless you’ve been living under an upturned cardboard box in the Amazon for the past year, you’ll know what I’m referring to when I say voting has been a big thing of late. Aside from the turbulant world of politics, yearbook awards polls are a fun way of rewarding others for their talents, habits and ‘quirks’.
Yearbook awards are, let’s say, a staple section of a yearbook. If you’ve missed our awards ideas posts we’re quite upset, only joking – take a look at our ‘Yearbook Ideas – Awards Pages‘ post.
Award pages generally fall into two categories. Awards that recognise past ‘achievements’ and awards that predict the future. So naturally, we have separated our awards ideas into the same categories. We have some great yearbook ideas for getting the most out of your awards pages.