Planner Colour Coding
Colour coding planner pages allows you to break up the planner into sections for easy reference (like tabs). For example, have your school policies pages printed onto green paper, your homework diary pages printed onto cream paper and your maths section printed onto blue paper.
You can also print inside pages on coloured card (160gsm) for a little extra cost.
Choose from our extensive range of colours
We offer an extensive range of colours for you to choose from to bring your student and teacher planners to life and make it easier to navigate!
You can print sections on coloured paper at no extra cost.
This allows you to break the planner up into sections to provide easy reference. You can also print inside pages on 160gsm coloured card (at additional cost).
Tip! Colour coding is most effective with up to 6 colours.
We would recommend limiting the paper colours to a maximum of six, colouring each section, for example: Info, Target Setting, Homework, Reference and Planning.
Where should I use colour pages in my planners?
Below is an example of how you could section up your planner using colour-coded pages:
- School policies – cream paper
- Homework diary pages – white paper
- Subject-specific pages – pastel green, pastel blue and pink paper
- Stop/Go cards (allowing students to communicate their understanding easily in class) – red, orange and green card
- Merit and rewards pages – bright daffodil paper
- Pages for parents – lavender paper
If you wish to colour code, sections must contain an even number of pages to allow each section to begin on a new leaf of paper.