How do you create a positive classroom experience?

What do you do in your classroom to create an overall positive atmosphere and learning environment? Here’s a couple of stories and ideas from different teachers on how they create a positive environment. “I keep all my students actively involved. For example, while a student does a presentation, involve my other students in evaluating it.” Read More …

School Stickers Making Peer Assessment Fun!

If your faculty policy is to use and evidence peer assessment regularly we have a few ideas, suggestions and rewards for making it a worthwhile classroom experience. Peer assessment is really helpful when teaching subjects where pupils are expected to produce substantial explanations which makes marking a lengthy process. Are your students up to the peer assessment Read More …

Top 5 Smiley Face Stickers from School Stickers

Welcome back to the School Stickers blog, its world smile day on Friday so we though we’d share our most popular smiley face stickers with you. Did you know smiling boosts the immune system? Your body is more relaxed when you smile which contributes to good health and a stronger immune system. That’s great news Read More …

Teachers get your boots on, October’s for walking to school

The mornings are getting darker, getting out of beds getting colder and suddenly everyone’s talking about walking to school for a month? If this is you don’t worry! We’ve got a simple walk to school month guide for teachers wanting to participate but not able to do the 5 days a week or for those Read More …

Celebrating Roald Dahl Day with School Stickers

We can’t give you a golden ticket but we can give you golden stickers and some great ideas to celebrate the birthday of one of the most popular children’s authors of all time.  Roald Dahls’ books are full of fun and imagination. Everyone knows the story of Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, most people have Read More …

Welcoming your new class back with School Stickers

  Welcoming a group of pupils you’ve never taught and more importantly have never been taught by you can be a nerve-racking prospect. We say, make it fun! Here’s a few first day ice breakers and activities which we think are great for lightening the mood and getting the introductions over with. The blanket game Read More …

What do teens do all summer? MyStickers Survey Results

Welcome to the School Stickers blog! Our MyStickers survey has once again given us some great statistics on teenage behaviour to look at this summer.  Some really positive news is that nine out of ten (89%) teenagers will be playing sport this summer. This is according to the 2,023 secondary school pupils who participated in the latest Read More …

The Uniform Police- is that you?

Introducing our “Warning stickers”, they’re a great way to effectively communicate to pupils that something isn’t right! Whether it be a uniform hiccup, missing homework or bad time keeping, these are good for both giving warnings and detentions. These are bright, bold and big enough to stick on exercise books, homework diaries, work sheets, school Read More …

Teacher check-list: guide to preparing for September

Welcome back to the School Stickers blog! Back to school is approaching, I know, where did the summer go!? To keep your preparation as easy and speedy as possible we’ve created this quick list of essentials for you to keep a check on. You know your role 100x better than we do so we’ve left Read More …