24th November 2006 at 00:00
Ages 4 to 11 I work in a busy school with little time left over for displays, so I have covered my 10 display boards in cotton fabric in primary co-ordinating colours. For each board I cut and ironed a border with a multi-coloured pattern. It looks great and is already on the second round of displays without any need for rebacking. I expect it to last two years. Time-saving, and it really looks attractive Jacqui Sainsbury teaches in Nottingham City

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