Group Advertising Manager
Richard Stebbing joined The Teach Company ahead of launching in 2006. He oversees print and digital advertising. Ask him about... early morning running, injuries and playing badminton badly.
Joe Carter joined The Teach Company in 2006. He oversees print and digital editorial. Ask him about... the time he interviewed Maurice Gibb about paintball.
Jenny Phillips joined The Teach Company in 2008. She is the advertising manager across Teach Secondary and Technology & Innovation. Ask her about... travelling, snowboarding and building a house from scratch.
Hayley Rackham joined The Teach Company in 2010. She is the advertising manager across Teach Primary and Teach Reading & Writing. Ask her about Ella and Toffee.
Samantha Law joined The Teach Company in 2013. She is the advertising manager on Teach Early Years, Nursery Business and Teach Primary 3-7. Ask her about... every line from Friends, ever!
Senior Account Manager
Katie Jones joined The Teach Company in 2012. She is the senior account manager across Teach Secondary and Technology & Innovation. Ask her about... WWE and classic cars.
Jacob Stow joined the Teach Company in 2010. He is editor of Teach Early Years, Nursery Business and Teach Primary 3 to 7. Ask him about... the perils of quad biking in a suit.
Helen Mulley joined The Teach Company in 2012. She is editor of Teach Secondary and Technology & Innovation magazines. Ask her about... what it's like raising twins. I dare you.
Callum Fauser joined The Teach Company in 2015, and edits our specialist titles Primary School Management, SENCo and Primary PTA. Ask him about… the time he once held a watch worth £250,000 with shaking hands (and mercifully didn't drop it).
Lloyd Burgess joined The Teach Company in 2014. He is editor of teachwire.net. Ask him about... any line from any David Lynch film ever.
Elaine Bennett joined The Teach Company in 2016. She is editor of Teach Primary. Ask her about... her hobby of taking photos of other people's cats and reviewing them on Twitter.
Tech for Teachers - the brand new award scheme from Teach Secondary and Technology & Innovation - is launched.
The Teach Company is created, encompassing all of the brands we have launched so far and laying the foundations for the future.
Early Years Excellence, the free awards scheme for early years suppliers, becomes a huge success in its first year.
Primary School Management, our biggest launch since Teach Secondary, is published for the first time.
Elaine Bennett takes charge as editor on Teach Primary, moving over from another successful sector within Aceville Publications. Hayley Rackham becomes the new advertising manager on the title.
Callum Fauser moves over from Teachwire.net to head up Primary School Management and our special publications branch. Lloyd Burgess, previously features editor on Teach Primary, becomes the editor of Teachwire.net
Primary PTA follows hot on the heels of SENCo.
The first issue of SENCo magazine lands in schools - acknowledging the increasing importance of the special needs coordinator role in primary schools.
Teachwire.net becomes the new central hub for our digital content, supplementing our existing platforms and allowing us to monitor trends across education.
Callum Fauser is appointed as editor of our new project, Teachwire.net
Teach Nursery evolves into Teach Early Years - still headed up by Samantha Law and Jacob Stow - allowing us to meet the demand from Reception teachers for our content.
The first Technology & Innovation award winners are announced at BETT.
Teach Reading and Writing launches, showcasing a cover by Lauren Child and articles from Michael Rosen and Jacqueline Wilson. It’s also the first outing for the Teach Primary New Children’s Fiction Awards.
Technology & Innovation is created by our secondary team, bringing with it our first programme of awards.
TeachSecondary.com goes live.
Jenny Phillips and Helen Mulley publish our first magazine targeting KS 3&4, which rapidly becomes a flagship title.
Helen Mulley joins as editor on Teach Secondary, moving over from another Aceville publication. Jenny Phillips moves over from Teach Primary to take the helm as advertising manager on the same title.
TeachNursery.com quickly follows.
Teach Nursery is launched, based on the successful Teach Primary model, as we extend our reach into the private daycare sector.
TeachPrimary.com goes live.
Primary Choice becomes Teach Primary - recognising an editorial shift towards professional development and classroom activities in response to demand from our growing readership.
We take the magazine to our first trade show - BETT 2006.
Primary Choice - a guide to classroom resources - is published for the first time.
Joe Carter and Richard Stebbing, working with Aceville Publications, lay the groundwork for what is to become the largest magazine in primary education.