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Acopyofacopy Sun 14-Aug-16 11:40:44

My school have provided me with a A4 planner that has to be filed. Will I be able to cope with a bulky file or should I splash out on a spiral bound planner? big questions first, term planning later!

gonzo155 Fri 26-Aug-16 11:15:21

What do you want to do with it? What do you have to file in it?

I have an A5 notebook which I use as a calendar, weekly overview and daily to-do list.

I then have a A4 spiral bound planner for day to day detailed plans, but this is a new edition. I used to just have brief plans on my weekly overview.

Will you be moving from class to class or taking public transport?

GinandJag Sat 27-Aug-16 11:58:37

I use a standard Teacher Planner. Every school I have worked in has issued the same. Choices are A4/A5, spiral bound/ring binder.

MissMillament Sun 28-Aug-16 11:16:40

I buy my own planner because I don't like the one the school supplies. It is a Loop brand spiral bound one - there are a range of options.

Kateballs Thu 01-Sep-16 22:21:57

Omg.
Google PASSION PLANNER
Free download that you can print and get bound. You'll never look back!!

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