Avery, the world’s largest manufacturer of customisable labels, is giving schools nationwide the chance to trial a number of products from its Sticky Stuff for Schools range for free. As part of the Ambassador Schools initiative, teachers will be sent an assortment of resources, which they can use to transform their classrooms into vibrant learning environments, and even to create fun festive displays in the lead up to Christmas.
The schools that agree to get involved will receive a selection of free products each term from Avery’s Sticky Stuff for Schools range, for use in the classroom or the school as a whole. They will then be invited to offer feedback and teaching suggestions for how best to use the products in the classroom.
The Sticky Stuff for Schools range offers an assortment of display and teaching aid solutions, which can be customised using Avery’s Design and Print software. Designed to save time and to enable anyone to easily print personalised resources, the products range from customisable classroom displays to learning objective labels, reward stickers, educational posters, and signs. The products were launched in partnership with twinkl.co.uk, and a whole host of their eye-catching designs are available to use for free on the Avery website.
Avery’s commitment to continuous development is the main driving force behind the Ambassador Schools initiative, as Sarah Noye, Senior Product Manager at Avery explains: “We are constantly thinking about new ways to develop and improve Sticky Stuff for Schools. Education is moving at such a speed that any company involved in this process must keep up with the pace and exceed that by preparing for the next stage. By using schools as ambassadors we aim to give something back and engage teachers in the future direction and development. Through the initiative, schools will have the opportunity to have a voice and provide feedback on the products and the Design and Print software. We are constantly thinking of the teachers who use our products and we want each product to evolve with its user – we want schools that take part to feel proud of their involvement.”
Any teachers who would like to find out more about the Ambassador Schools initiative, or who are interested in getting involved, should contact Lydia Slaughter, Lydia.Slaughter@mangomarketing.com, or Ruby Haider-Smith, Ruby.Haider-Smith@mangomarketing.com, at Mango Marketing.