Teach Primary is a professional development title for teachers of 5-11 year olds, widely read and discussed in staffrooms across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Teach Primary is known and respected in primary schools throughout the UK, with copies mailed directly to senior staff and budget holders in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and made available through WH Smith.
Our contributors are leading experts and practitioners, such as Mick Waters, Sue Cowley, Michael Tidd and Professor Mike Askew, meaning advertiser branding is aligned with editorial voices that teachers trust.
In combination with our many specialist titles – such as Teach Reading & Writing and SENCo – and our website (teachwire.net) we᾿re able to help you run a broader, sustained campaign with significant reach and impact. We can also take your message directly to customers via our emarketing database, carefully curated over the span of a decade, and Twitter, where we have 56k followers.
Copies of the magazine are valued as teaching resources and so it᾿s common for schools to keep them on file well beyond the month of publication, meaning articles and promotions are frequently revisited and so represent excellent value for money.
Roald Dahl party packs, Harry Potter takeovers, advice from HarperCollins and Oxford University Press experts - we work in partnership with the biggest brands to bring resources to our readers.
Teaching resources are central to our editorial as they are top of teachers' wish lists. The quality of resources included in each issue ensure copies are kept in schools for many months.
Magazine contributors have included Dylan Wiliam, Guy Claxton, Russell Hobby, Mick Waters, Paul Dix, Alison Peacock, Tim Oates and many more of the most acclaimed names in education.
From in-depth reports on successful schools to insightful comment on workload, assessment and curriculum, our editorial gets to the heart of what teachers want.
Our commercial media team has over 25 years of experience of marketing brands in the education marketplace and is available to lend our partners advice on how best to promote their products and services to schools using our publishing channels.
Our Teach Primary Book Awards, with judges from Roald Dahl Funny Prize winner Philip Ardargh to Mumsnet editor Kate Williams, celebrate the best new publications for schools. The winners are widely shared and inform library purchasing across the UK.
Every primary school in England, Wales and Northern Ireland receives a free copy of Teach Primary magazine. It can be found in staffrooms everywhere, on the newsstand in WH Smith, and in the homes of thousands of subscribers. In addition, in excess of 10,000 copies are distributed at major shows such as BETT and at Teachmeet events each year.Preview the Latest Issue
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Teach Primary is represented online by both a dedicated website (www.teachprimary.com) and The Teach Company's online portal, www.teachwire.net. Our primary channels receive 68k unique visitors each month, each of which has access to hundreds of lessons plans and thousands of articles to support their professional development.
As the number one magazine for primary schools, we have delivered successful marketing campaigns for some of the most popular and respected brands in education. As well as ensuring display advertising is seen by 100,000 of teachers, we have built custom packages for the likes of LEGO Education and Penguin Random House, working on everything from eye-catching cover promotions to creating dedicated websites.
Every teacher is an expert in his or her own right, so we're careful to ensure our content respects their professionalism. Our writers are university professors, national advisers, curriculum experts and, of course, teachers themselves.
Education consultant delivering CPD internationally.
experienced teacher, writer and presenter, specialising in behaviour management and creative teaching.
Adjunct professor of education at Monash University, Melbourne.
Professor of education at Wolverhampton University