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2011- 2012 Yearly Events Planner including awareness days, religious festivals etc

Discussion in 'Primary' started by primaryclass, Aug 3, 2011.

  1. I've created a Yearly Planner that shows when religious festivals,
    awareness days/weeks, national holidays and some historical dates are.It
    will be updated when organisations confirm their dates later in the
    academic year. Its colour coded too, and covers 2 A3 sheets, but prints
    quite well in A4 too. I will have 50 printed (2 sided A3 in colour) by
    the end of August if anyone wants one for free. Due to its size and
    postage it will be folded though - sorry! If you want one please email
    me your address (or school address) through TES website or
    info@primaryclass.co.uk. Please do not post your address on this forum
    for your own good! Alternatively you can print it yourself. It is hosted
    in TES resources here, or can be accessed from the PrimaryClass website here. Id really appreciate feedback on it, including any mistakes or significant dates that are missing. I hope you find it usefu!
     
  2. I've created a Yearly Planner that shows when religious festivals,
    awareness days/weeks, national holidays and some historical dates are.It
    will be updated when organisations confirm their dates later in the
    academic year. Its colour coded too, and covers 2 A3 sheets, but prints
    quite well in A4 too. I will have 50 printed (2 sided A3 in colour) by
    the end of August if anyone wants one for free. Due to its size and
    postage it will be folded though - sorry! If you want one please email
    me your address (or school address) through TES website or
    info@primaryclass.co.uk. Please do not post your address on this forum
    for your own good! Alternatively you can print it yourself. It is hosted
    in TES resources here, or can be accessed from the PrimaryClass website here. Id really appreciate feedback on it, including any mistakes or significant dates that are missing. I hope you find it usefu!
     
  3. Yes, I thought of that. Trouble with yellow is that it wouldn't stand out form the white background. Will experiment with it more.
     

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