Contemporary Lean-to HarrogateContemporary Kids
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Tackle paper mountainsWith school comes so much paperwork. Whether it’s notes to sign, book lists, exam papers or pictures they drew that day, this is the one bit of ‘clutter’ that requires a lot of discipline. Every day, once a week or even once a month, try to whittle down the school paper that has come in and either get rid of it or tidy it away. To tidy it away effectively, a folder for all the school administration is useful for you as parents. Then a large container or expanding file for each child will catch their craft work, pictures, and other school memorabilia. Educational paperwork, such as photocopies, notes and tests, should be organised by child and stored in either the home office or their bedroom, so it’s close to hand for homework and revision.