My Busy Class A4 Teacher Planner

$79.95 AUD inc. GST

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This item will be shipped on or before Nov 11, 2019

Your class is busy, and so is your mind… bubbling with ideas for lessons and strategies for helping each and every one of your pupils to be their best.

Life doesn’t stop when the school bell rings. Teachers work hard and are constantly juggling the demands of their students and their personal life, so Blueberry Co has created a Teacher Planner that helps teachers stay organised and also encourages mindfulness and creativity! This planner is designed to be coloured in, so you can create your own colour scheme or get creative and inspired throughout the year!

My Busy Class is undated so you can start getting organised and writing in important dates for the next school year or you could use it this term.

The flexible weekly layout can be used hourly, or you can adjust it to suit your school day. It has 9 time slots and space for daily notes and a weekly summary. Perfect for organising your home life and your school life all on one page!

My Busy Class includes the full year: 12 months and 52 weeks, so you can organise your whole year. The checklists, professional development and term planners are all flexible to your own needs and dates making this planner perfect for Primary and Secondary Teachers and Early Childhood Educators too!

Features include:
– 190 x A4 pages printed on our luxe 200gsm paper
– Undated layout for maximum flexibility
– 52 x weeks (week per spread layout)
– 12 x monthly pages (double page spread)
– Yearly planner
– Term planner
– Birthdays
– Important dates
– CPD log
– Communication log
– Meeting notes (10 x A4 pages)
– Checklists (4 x A4 pages customisable for your use)
– Spiral bound so it opens flat and is easy to write on
– 400 gsm flexible cover


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