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! But why not take it online?…
Your yearbook needs student quotes. But where do they come from?
Ask most people for a yearbook quote, and they’ll stare at you blankly. Where do you even begin to sum up your school life and the time you’ve spent together?
Some cliches stand the test of time for a reason; because they literally do stand the test of time. These are some common yearbook tropes that are worth leaving space for.
Limiting yourself to 140 (or 280) characters is a great way to improve your yearbook comments and cut out the waffle. Many creative people benefit from having small limitations.
Get everybody’s attention and ramp up excitement for your yearbook project with a flash mob! Let people know to expect the unexpected from your yearbook, and watch the orders roll in.
Your yearbook’s photos tell a story all on their own, but sometimes they need a bit of help to tell their tale. Captioning your yearbook photos is an awesome way to help you remember the good times.
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.
As you can see from the example, comic book yearbook designs are all about fun, bright, colourful pages with storyboards, bold graphics and speech bubbles.
SPC Yearbooks encourage you to pass your yearbook notes of wisdom to the next leavers generation. Like a relay, it’s time to hand the baton over to the next school yearbook team members. Here are a few ideas of useful things to archive: