Cover name: She is the Sun
This is an incredibly special cover that has been commissioned from Daisy Hill @daisy_in_dots.
Daisy Hill is an Aboriginal artist and proud Muruwari descendant living on Yugambeh Country (Gold Coast).
The sun has become Daisy’s most popular signature design and holds very special meaning. Daisy shares this cover with us in hope it will bring sunshine, joy and new opportunities with each day.
This planner will not be named by our online community and instead will hold its original name - ‘She is the Sun.’
‘This artwork represents the sun spirit. In Aboriginal culture it is believed the sun is a woman and the moon is a man. It was the work of the sun spirit to rise each day and give new life using her light and energy. The story belongs to her of creating the ocean and all the rivers by melting the ice with her warmth. She is our mother in the sky and with each sunrise she gives us new hope and opportunity and with each sunset we can be grateful for the day that has been. She is the source of all life, our most powerful healer, she is the sun.’
With every She is the Sun planner sold, we will be giving back to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. If you would like to join us in donating, here is the link to donate directly to the foundation:
With 52 weeks of layouts (broken into four 13 week terms), other industries can now love and enjoy our Teacher Planners too.
Our front page has space for your name, employee number + school. It also has a place for all the important phone numbers that you need so that in an emergency (or when you need help), you can find those numbers pronto - we know how important that is!
Next, we have space for four different timetables - because we know that our timetables have to change from time to time (Hello Day 8!).
Over the page you will find a yearly overview - this is a great place to grab your highlighter out and get planning!
Our Calendar of School Events, Professional Development Records and Classroom Expense pages follow, and then you'll find out Australian Public Holidays and Australian Public School Term Dates.
Our Tab sections are:
[JAN - DEC] Monthly Overviews with SO much room to map out each month.
[TERM 1 - TERM 4] Each with their own tabs, non-dated weeks (with designated space for you to write in your dates) because we know Week 1 has a different starting date for each state. Our weekly Layouts are broken into Monday - Friday and each day has 6 spaces/periods. There is also a note section on each layout.
25 pages of Class Rolls with space for 30 students and 32 boxes each. These pages can be used for a multitude of reasons (other than of course roll taking) - including tracking reading levels and more.
15 pages of Assessment Record pages are included with space for 30 students and 20 grades per student. There is also space for individual student notes/comments.
11 pages with 16 entry lines on each page allows 176 communication records to be kept throughout the year.
Handy to map out and keep track of different concepts being taught and time allocated, our unit plans have enough space to plan 13 weeks of work for each term for 5 different subjects.
The back of our planners have graph paper and note pages that come in really handy for meeting notes, seating plans and more!
Paper Size: A4