Display policies

Use these examples of display policies from primary and secondary schools to help you create your own.

Last reviewed on 28 February 2022
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Contents
  1. Examples from primary schools
  2. Example from a secondary school

Examples from primary schools

Some of the areas covered by the display policy at Meadow Primary School in Woking include: 

  • Corridor displays
  • Core subject learning display boards
  • Topic learning display boards

Orchard Primary School in Hackney has a classroom organisation and display policy which covers areas including: 

  • Contents of displays
  • Tabletop displays
  • Welcome boards

Shefford Lower School in Central Bedfordshire has a displays policy (see “Non Statutory policies”) that covers aspects such as: 

  • Specialist areas of the school, such as PE certificate displays and notices in the school office 
  • Equal opportunities 
  • GDPR 

Example from a secondary school

Thomas Tallis School in Greenwich sets out its approach in its displays for learning policy, including: 

  • Materials that should be on display in every classroom at all times 
  • Dos and don’ts of classroom displays 
  • An example layout for a corridor display board

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