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Any secondary teachers? Does this product exist for teachers in the UK?

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bloss Mon 18-Aug-08 20:34:33

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Lucycat Mon 18-Aug-08 20:36:23

We get one given to us from school which does all of this - maybe your school will too?

wonderstuff Mon 18-Aug-08 20:37:39

Yes, the teacher planner (I think) our head has banned planners hmm

wonderstuff Mon 18-Aug-08 20:39:13

here

Lucycat Mon 18-Aug-08 20:39:25

banned planners? what do you plan in then?

hana Mon 18-Aug-08 20:39:33

yes - usually called planners. Most of the big stationary suppliers to schools sell them. like this
www.theconsortium.co.uk/ItemGroup.aspx?ig=2869&cat=7193#

Slouchy Mon 18-Aug-08 20:40:10

Yes teacher's planners are marvellous things. Why are they banned winderstuff??

hana Mon 18-Aug-08 20:40:18

our school supplies them too

wonderstuff Mon 18-Aug-08 20:41:17

the school template, its a4, ofsted friendly, one to be done for every lesson, no short cuts

PortAndLemon Mon 18-Aug-08 20:41:58

Not sure whether either of these (electronic versions) is what you need:

[[www.teachers-tools.co.uk/ Teachers [sic] Planner]]

TPIM

wonderstuff Mon 18-Aug-08 20:42:25

ofsted put us on notice to improve

PortAndLemon Mon 18-Aug-08 20:42:47

Bah, my pedantry messed up the first link.

Teachers Planner

Slouchy Mon 18-Aug-08 20:45:24

Ooh lordy - an ofsted lesson plan for every lesson? jeez, that will take some doing. Bad enough when you used to have to do them for a week's worth of lessons in the old days of Ofsetd.

You have my sympathies.

wonderstuff Mon 18-Aug-08 20:53:45

Glad I'm only going back 3 days. We passed last year, there is a rumor that she is going to relax a little in Sept, but I'm not holding my breath, its got a bit corporate, we have a new school and we got a 4 page booklet on what colours and fonts we are allowed to use! I would PMSL if it wasn't so miserable.

bloss Mon 18-Aug-08 21:10:05

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PortAndLemon Mon 18-Aug-08 21:33:43

You could email the Australian firm and point out the gap in the UK market and that they could clean up if they marketed a September-August version here?

bloss Mon 18-Aug-08 21:35:10

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Moomin Mon 18-Aug-08 21:42:35

we have paper ones given to us at the end of the year for next year but also have an electronic system as well which takes register, has pop-up reminders, and all pupil info. It tells you off if you don't do the register as well blush

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