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We believe that classroom posters should be true teaching tools - not just colourful wallpaper. Many of our posters are now supported by free video clips and revision worksheets making them ideal for the modern digital classroom. Check out our range by clicking on one of the subjects listed below.

Business Studies

Business Studies

We currently have 16 Business Studies posters available. All are supported by short video clips.

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Digital Technologies

Digital Technologies

We have just released the first four posters for this subject. More are due for release later in 2014.

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Drama

Drama

Our Introduction to Theatre series covers some of the notable forms dating back to the Ancient Greeks.

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Economics

Economics

We have just added 11 new posters to our Economics set. All are supported by video clips.

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English

English

Our English posters focus on the various genres. Each posters shows structure and a basic writing frame.

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Geography

Geography

We now have over 30 Geography posters including the new series on New Zealand's population.

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History

History

Our History posters basic skills, concepts and content suited to students doing Level 1 NCEA.

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Mathematics

Mathematics

We have just released the first of our new Maths posters. More are due for release over the coming months.

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Music

Music

We have a wide range of Music posters. These cover most aspects of teaching music to students.

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Science

Science

We have a range of over 30 science posters. All are linked by QR codes to short videos.

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Social Studies

Social Studies

Our range of Social Studies posters includes the very popular Global Issues series.

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Visual Arts

Visual Arts

Our poster sets currently include colour theory and the elements of art. More are due for release in 2014.

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