A5 Teacher’s Filofax from FF Sweden
Filofax Sweden has a dedicated Filofax for teachers. There are refill packs but these binders are available year round. The binder is an A5 Metropol available in three colours each season.
A5 Teacher’s Filofax in Red
Filofax’s unique system gives you unparalleled flexibility in your work as a teacher.You can easily insert, delete and move forms. Now with Removable class lists that you can easily move between different locations in the calendar. You do not need to write the names several times.
- Diary grade 12/13 week / ideas (12 months), vertical, removable plastic pockets
- class lists (3), class lists for plastic wallet (6), telephone number list (2),
- schedule (6), semester overview, semester projects, weekly planning (40), class lists / student info (3 classes), class notes (20),
- test scores (20), absence listings (40), activity plans, (20)
- lined white (20), address leaf (20), squared blades (50), notebook, plastic pouch, ruler, subject directory, alphabetical index
- Binder (Metropol) in art materials. Available in several colours. Price £40
Diary / Calendar includes: 2013, one week per spread, 12 months
The ‘regular’ inserts that come with all Filofaxes are also included in this one – notepaper, quadrille paper etc.
Subject test results
Vertical timetable planners
Each classlist has space for 36 names and goes into a plastic protective cover that functions as a ruler.
Attendance Registers. You don’t need to rewrite the names if you have your little class list dividers
Vertical WOTP diary inserts
Class list for student names, contact details and notes. The column for notes is to the far right so it is very useful
Sweden is a small country (only 9 million people). It is also a country that has always been at the forefront of both developing and using new technology. So in a country where the digital influence is really strong, why can they still have Filofax binder models and a wide range of inserts which are not available in any other country? Sweden has surely proved that the market does not necessarily need to be large in order to offer such things. Why does the UK not follow the same model I wonder?
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