Honour boards don't have to be dark and sombre!
Mention, in conversation, an oak honours board and your listener will probably assume that it will be dark in colour, perhaps with gold
lettering and all things considered, a rather sombre image may be conjured up in their mind, but it doesn't have to be like that.
Oak is naturally quite light in colour and can be stained to many shades before it becomes dark.
With an edge or border colour in a contrasting tone and a borderline reflecting school colours
you can produce an oak board that has a vibrant, contemporary look and feel that reflects the progressive attitudes of your school
whilst still making respectful nod to past traditions.
Light Oak Honours Board, the School Logo
The logo for Bedford Free School was printed using a dye-sublimation method before being cut to shape and adhered to
varnished timber surface after which the edges are sealed with a hand applied clear varnish.
For more information about methods of reproducing school logos, crests and badges, please click on this link;
methods of reproducing council crests and logos