Tag: Wall Display

Why RME? Wall Display

Why RME? Wall Display

Last week I posted pictures of my WHYRME Wall display.


A few people have asked about it so here are the original pictures I have used feel free to use, adapt and display. Send me some pictures of your walls!


Revision Wall

Revision Wall

I am not even a little bit ashamed to admit how excited I am about my Revision Wall. Complete with Fairy Lights.

On it I have some revision posters, model answers and revision guides. I also in a drawer underneath I have marking schemes of past paper questions to help pupils with creating revision mind maps and notes.

Here’s the posters below, feel free to use.




Expectations Wall Display – Free Printable

Expectations Wall Display – Free Printable

I have recently tried to jazz up my wall a bit with a new expectations wall display.

After discussions with pupils about what was expected of Everyone, Pupils and the Teacher. I summarised the classes thoughts into this wall display. I created it using Canva which is my go to site for all posters and images!


Feel free to print, adapt or use!

Wall Display Printable

New (and improved) Bloom’s Wall

Told You I was slightly Bloom’s Obsessed. 

So as previously blogged about, one of my first things I did when I got my very own classroom, was make a massive Blooms Triangle for my wall. This is it here when it was first put up, throughout the year I got pupils to add different skills and “I Can” statements on it as we went along. BzkDii4CQAAqMDl

I loved my triangle, although tragically last week, I asked pupils to take down the wall display, saving my triangle so I could re back the wall. (2 note’s to self here, 1, if you really want to save something take it down yourself, 2. Check what backing paper is available in the department before you decide to pull down your wall displays because your bored of green, that’s right there seems to only be green paper in the department). Anyway one pupil got a little over excited that his friends were getting to rip the paper off the wall that he went and tore my triangle down. 😦

IMAG0624This week however I decided rather than replace it, I am going to make it better. So I relined the walls, in green paper. And as a payback for destroying my pride and joy, this pupil was in charge of laminating coloured pieces of paper we are moving on to learning about Karma, so feel it fits in with every action has a consequence and it is therefore not child labour.
Behold we now have a skills wall, complete with wonderful coloured “bricks”. On these bricks, I am getting pupils to identify skills (using the posters I previously shared) that they want to achieve based on our current topic, which so far is working a treat. My end of the term aim is for pupils to look back on the year and not only remember the topics we studied but the skills they gained and hopefully this will help show the pupils that as much as you want to watch a film, can you really gain all these skills from watching a film?