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Wow, sounds like you have a lot of display space!
I have a literacy working wall, a numeracy working wall, a topic board, a target board, and a "Celebration Station" where children can display work they are proud of. I have a "No teachers allowed" sign on it and let the manage it, which they love!
impulce I have a "No teachers allowed" sign on it and let the manage it, which they love!
minnieminximpulce I have a "No teachers allowed" sign on it and let the manage it, which they love! Ooooo I might do that on one of mine! What a fab idea.
I can't take credit for it... I nicked the idea from another school I looked around!
This is the kind of board I am trying to fit in at the moment. The children are choosing to do so many things at home which they want to share and display and at the moment they are all over the windows, radiators and currently creeping up the side of the superhero display. I have decided to reduce the size of the display board for the work produced at school, split the board in two to show the work they have done at school and chosen to do at home.
I like the idea of calling it No Teachers Allowed and getting the children to monitor it and take responsibility for it.
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