OurBoards For Schools

OurBoards printed, dry-wipe, wall mounted and tabletop boards are practical, flexible and visually appealing classroom resources. OurBoards can be supplied with a range of accessories, designed to support SEN and mainstream teaching for key lessons; Literacy, Numeracy, Science, SPAG, Topic, etc.

OurBoards wall mounted boards are perfect for use as Working Walls and Display Boards. The incredible Gecko Laminate accessories support the process of preparing multi-sensory lessons and mounting children’s work during the lesson. Where appropriate, children can be empowered to put their own work on the Working Wall.

Who would use an OurBoard? Early Years, Keystage 1, Keystage 2, Keystage 3, Keystage 4, sixteen plus, special needs, teachers, home educators.


How Schools Are Using OurBoards

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Bradshaw Hall Primary School Charnwood Nursery and Family Centre Covenant Christian School Oakgrove Primary SEMH School  st michaels school  Priestnall School Newbridge Day Centre Stockport   Challenging Primary School in Berkshire

If you would like one of our team to come and visit your school or cluster group then please call us on 0560 385 2493 or send us a message using our contact page.

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Open Arms International SchoolWe are delighted to be able to support Open Arms International.

For most parents and children in Kenya, a quality education is the doorway out of poverty and into a more prosperous future. Unfortunately, many families cannot afford to send their children to school. Those children who are given the opportunity to attend school consider it a great privilege and are conscientious and dedicated, working hard to realise their dream.

Open Arms International’s education programme gives needy children in the Mlango community an opportunity to attend Open Arms Academy.