Resource: Classroom Displays

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Do you need help ‘sprucing up’ your classroom displays?

It’s that time of the year when some teachers get a ‘small window of opportunity’ to plan for the year ahead. Displays are not an easy task – especially when your to do list is so long, you can’t even see the end of it!

So, with workload and what little time is available, do you need inspiration coming up with new ideas to make the walls of your classroom look enticing and colourful? What about making them interactive and useful to learning as well?

Free Resource

We’ve got a fantastic free resource for our readers! It’s called ‘Outstanding Displays’ and it’s packed full of ideas to make your classroom walls not only look good, but make your displays a focal point of learning in the classroom!

Outstanding Displays – Free Resource – Click to download now!


All these ideas have been tried and tested in a primary classroom, but teachers at every level will find inspiration in these 25 pages of ideas and photos. You could also use it for a ‘display professional development’ session. Download it for free today!

The resource is by @ArtyMrsGs  – a primary teacher and TA team specialising in creative and cross curricular art, technology and outdoor learning. Don’t forget, a Clever Classroom is a high quality learning environment that has a direct impact on the standards and attitudes of pupils and we need to strike a balance between overstimulating and under-stimulating them.

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4 thoughts on “Resource: Classroom Displays

  1. Great resource. I shall be using some of these ideas! However, did you notice in the photo of the example display,the word ‘solutions’ is spelt incorrectly? This would drive me nuts if this was on a public display board!

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