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Display ideas

Discussion in 'Primary' started by mprimaryz, Jan 29, 2012.

  1. mprimaryz

    mprimaryz New commenter

    Hi folks,

    Myself (year 6 teacher) and the y5 teacher want to join forces to make a big display in our corridor. As our school doesn't yet use whole school themes or topics as such that we can both do, we thought that if we read the same class story, this could be the stimulus for a display. I'm struggling to think of classic books we could use though. I'm not a fan of narnia so 'm ruling all those ones out! So far 'Goodnight Mr Tom' is top of my list.

    Suggestions greatly welcomed
  2. Could you make it more of a general book wall so each teacher can pick a book they really enjoy teaching? We've done this in KS1, its really effective and using different books makes it a bit easier to update through the year.
  3. CB123

    CB123 New commenter

    What about theres a boy in the girls bathroom
    or you could do an author, Roald Dahl?
    or a poet

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