When the Daily Classroom Timetable was first developed over 10 years ago, the principle focus was to make sure students understood what activity or subject they were doing next.
An extension of the magnetic Daily Classroom Timetable was the magnetic Months and Weekdays.
The initial layout for the Daily Classroom Timetable was shown vertically with 2 cards from the Months and Weekdays pack at the top ‘Today is’ – ‘Monday’. This made the Months and Weekdays pack more of an accessory to the Daily Classroom Timetable than a necessary addition.
However, over time, the range of extra cards available has allowed for the Months and Weekday’s pack to be a useful visual aid on its own. Allowing for teachers to create a Weekly Visual Timetable to show students what events may be happening in the week to come.
Some of the new cards that could apply to a weekly time schedule include SRC, Harmony Day, Junior Writers Club, Weekly Review Journal, Swimming, Sports Day and Work Experience to name a few.