A4 customised files personalised with your establishment name and logo on the front in either gold or silver foil-blocked print, as well as your own wording at the bottom of the file. Containing quality A4 plastic wallets, ideal for preserving your own awards, and great for use at parents evenings.
A4 files available in 2 different styles:
Classic – polypropylene cover
Prestige – hard-backed leather-effect cover
With a choice of 10- or 20-pockets, and in the colours black, blue, red or green.
A 40-pocket Classic file is available in black.
Classic files are supplied with the standard ‘School Smart’ spines which have a space for the students’ name and form. If you wish to customise your spines this will add an additional cost of 39p per file.
Whether you are looking for the perfect way to get keep track of improvements with a progress file or wanting to create an attendance file, these customisable files are a great way to do so.
Let us know if you have any questions and we will be more than happy to help.
Bespoke and custom files are a wise investment for any establishment looking to mark the progress of anyone who is involved with their establishment. Suitable for storing in any just about any A4 file, these make sure that you can add in your own wording and deliver a powerful, personal message to the recipient with ease.
Fulfil your need to find a top-quality and reliable solution by using this established custom file. It’s great for making sure that you can mark your name and logo on the front, ensuring that students can easily locate this file many years down the line.
Ideal for making sure that you can have a file that marks their progress, always having a means of showing the student how far they have managed to come in a short space of time. Excellent for your own progress management and checking in on students as much as it is for the student to see just how far they have come since they took part. A fine choice for making sure that you can always give students that extra boost of confidence and self-esteem needed to really push on and complete the next phase of their learning.