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Toilet Passes

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Toilet Passes - Toilet Pass, Toilet, Going to the toilet, Classroom Area Signs, toilet rules, toilet routine, toilets, boys, girls, Foundation Stage Area Signs, Classroom labels,  Area Signs, Classroom Areas, Poster, Display, Areas
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  • 6 days ago

    Monitor students attending the toilet

  • Sep 2nd

    We laminate them, put them onto antibac gel, and the child puts it on his/her desk. When they come back from the loo, they take a scoosh of gel! Clean hands!

  • Aug 29th

    Perfect for students and teacher!

  • Mar 24th

    Laminate these and attach to a lanyard so the children can go to the loo without the pass getting in the way!

  • Jan 23rd

    Hi there Katieg1, thanks so much for commenting on this resource. I've had a look and re uploaded this to the site for you so if you'd like to clear your cache and refresh the page you should be able to download it right away! :)

  • Jan 22nd

    I keep getting an error whilst downloading this item! It says 'an internal error occurred'- any suggestions? Would love to use this resource!

  • Jan 18th

    Lovely resource, thanks.

  • Nov 17th, 2013

    Love these signs ! I will use them from tomorrow on, surely ! Thank you !

  • Jun 2nd, 2013

    our new building toilets to make sure only one at a time go out.

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Toilet Passes

Toilet Passes - A colourful set of passes that can be given to your children as a fun (and useful) way of monitoring how many children are in the toilet. We think this resource is best laminated. A great way to keep children safe and promote independence.
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