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Teacher Planners which ones do you have?

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Mrstumbletap Wed 19-Jul-17 23:04:11

I'm not keen on the school ones they order and we don't have to all have the same so some people get their own funky ones. Some leather, some hardback etc

Where do you get yours? Do you have any pictures of them?

I like to make lots of notes in meetings and like a sturdy pocket for handouts etc.

Any website recommendations for good ones?

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PumpkinPie2016 Thu 20-Jul-17 06:52:46

I get mine from pirongs - you can choose A4 or A5 and customise loads of things on them smile

I love my planner!

Makingchanges Fri 21-Jul-17 18:21:57

I get a personalised pirongs one. Spend ages putting it all together online.

runnerbean39 Fri 21-Jul-17 18:27:15

Definitely pirongs! Amazing planners, absolutely love how you can personalise them!

Mrstumbletap Sat 22-Jul-17 21:30:11

I have never heard of pirongs thank you off to google it now!

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goingmadinthecountry Sat 22-Jul-17 22:22:06

I've had a Pirongs one before. Lovely, but by October I'd stopped using it. I buy sketchbooks and use those because I'm not great at fitting my plans into boxes. Some days my plans are ore like mind maps, other times lists. I recommend Poundland or Tiger.

LemonRedwood Sun 23-Jul-17 11:04:04

I'm more of a list person than a mind map person so I love this one

Secondary one here

CauliflowerSqueeze Sun 23-Jul-17 16:08:45

Plum paper or Erin Condren teacher planners. But they're v expensive.

Or Penstripe.

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