Introducing the new Student Planner! This planner can be used for middle school, high school/secondary students and college students. The student planner contains 54 pages to keep you organised all year long! Most pages are editable.
Included in the Student Planner
‘Student Planner’ Binder Cover and Spine (in 3 sizes to suit any binder). This cover can be personalised with your name and/or grade, year ect.
2 Page Weekly School Planner – Allocate tasks from 6am to 10pm. The is ample note space and a section for recording items due this week as well as to’s, If I have time and coming up (each hour is split in 2 so you can plan by the hour or use one line per 30min).
2 Page Monthly Calendar – there are 2 sections for each day so you can plan personal and school, work and school ect.
Weekly schedule portrait/binder style – print one page for each subject or use one page for all subjects
Reading Assignments – record your assigned chapters to read and questions to answer. Can be used for up to 15 weeks with up to 2 subjects per page.
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School Supplies & School camp checklist – filled in but with plenty of room to add your own items
Summer bucket list
To Do List with days – write your tasks, then circle the day you aim to complete it
To Do list with due dates
Password log – always handy
Daily Planner – Schedule from 6am to 10pm, checklists for: must do, if I have time, chores, to do, for tomorrow and notes section
You choose planner – add your own titles e.g. school subjects, extracurricular’s, work OR you could list your ongoing assessment items and what you need to complete for them each day OR you could use it as a timetable – whatever works for you
Assessment Log – keep track of all your assessment on the one sheet
Contacts – Write the first letter of the persons first or last name in the box on the right to help you find them easier
Course information – a place to record handy class info such as tutoring info, instructors email & office hours ect.
Class To Do Lists – 6 checklists so you can use one per class. Use to organise your week, assignment planning, study or whatever works for you
7 days of the week covers and spines – if you prefer to organise your binders by day instead of by subject
Grades record – for up to 6 subjects, record your grades for each assessment item as well as your goal grade and then final grade. It’s a good way to track your progress and highlight areas of improvement. You can also record your overall Grade Point Average. I recommend printing one per term/semester.
Spending Record – your parents might use this more than you. Great for keeping track of spending on anything school related before transferring into your monthly budget.
Student budget – Set a budget for school-related expenses and record how much you actually spent. Make note if you earn any ‘income’ from scholarships or tax deductions, then deduct all school related expenses. You can transfer the total to monthly budget available here. You can use this for any time period you like. You add your own titles to the 2 columns. Suggested titles are student names or Semester 1, Semester 2 ect.
Weekly Student Schedule (3 versions for 4, 5 or 6 subjects or, for example, 5 subjects and one extracurricular). Note: You will need to write your classes in by hand, editable side writing is not possible on the PDF.
Outfit Planner – Plan what clothes, shoes and accessories you’ll wear each day. Use the notes section to record things such as ‘need to wash sports socks to wear again on Friday’
School goals – academic, athletic, extracurricular, friends, work & finances, you choose, school years resultions
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Important dates – record when college applications are due, friend’s birthdays or whatever suits you
Semester plan – use for all your subjects (I recommend using different coloured pens) or print one per subject. Jot down each week’s topic and/or chapters covered, as well as assessment items due each week. Handy for planning your end of semester study and for mapping out when tasks for groupwork need to be completed.
Student Weekly Planner v2 – record homework for each class, record when completed and space to note each days after school activities or study plans
Group project planner – braintstorm ideas, determine meeting times, allocate tasks and due dates, record contact details of each team member and when they are available if, for example, meetings need to be rescheduled. Can be used for assignments or extracurricular projects.
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Landscape weekly planner. Plenty of space to plan all 7 days of the week
Note from home – whether you are absent, need to bring money for a field trip or any other occasion requiring a note – this printable note from home has you covered! It can be purchased individually HERE
Notetaking Paper with the date, class and week. They will work if you hand-write notes or if you prefer to use a laptop. As the pages are editable, you can type in your notes from each class and keep them on your computer, then print for a set of ready-made study notes!
In all there are 54 sheets that should keep you on track for a successful and organised school year!
As always there are 6 colours to choose from
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