Valuing children's work
As we are all heading back to the classrooms this week, the children are excited to meet their new teachers and check out their new classroom. It is important to show that each child is valued from day 1 in the classroom. If you haven't quite finished your classroom yet, check out some fantastic ideas below.
This must have been a particularly challenging board to back! Despite it being a corner display, it showcases the childrens' work perfectly.
Credit to: Teresa McGuinness from Coventry.
This display particularly shows that every child matters. Displaying a piece of work from every child really matters in the classroom; it shows that they are valued and important. I love the collaboration within this display.
Credit to: Lyndsay from Liverpool.
Although this display doesn't show any work yet, each child has a section to showcase their 'wow work'. This emphasizes the value of ownership in displays as each child is responsible for their section. This is bright and attractive, without being overpowering in the classroom.
Credit to: Faye Carrington.
This large corridor display shows how you can link subjects together seamlessly. A musical/art display 'Octopus garden' displays work from all abilities whilst highlighting that every child matters.
Credit to: Joanna Mitchell
If you have a collaborative display and would like to be added to this blog, send quick email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a picture.