Teach Primary

Teach Primary 3 to 7 is packed with advice and inspiration for the educators of children in nursery, Reception and Key Stage 1.

Teach Primary 3 to 7

Teach Primary 3 to 7 is an annual publication from the team behind Teach Early Years that places the focus firmly on early years and infant education in school settings.

Our contributors comprise passionate teachers and leaders, expert consultants and commentators who cover a wide range of topics – from how best to manage transitions between Reception and Year 1, to the latest policy developments and their impact on classroom practice. Readers also benefit from a selection of practical activity and lesson plans themed around key areas of the curriculum, as well as the regular Teach, Reading & Writing and SENCo sections found in sister title Teach Primary. In short, every issue is a collection of content that is diverse, engaging and, most importantly, useful.




Teach Primary 3 to 7

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Engaging Editorial

Engaging Editorial

Our articles are written to inform and entertain, with expert contributors sharing valuable tips in a way that won’t have busy teachers struggling to stay awake…

Respected Names

Respected Names

Teach Primary 3 to 7 is able to call upon trusted contributors from both Teach Early Years and Primary, its own staffroom of inspiring teachers, and leading names from the education sector.

Outstanding Advice

Outstanding Advice

From tips for NQTs on meeting the challenges of early years classrooms to guides to creating inclusive classrooms for children with SEND, we offer support for teachers at all stages of their career.

Lesson Plans & Activities

Lesson Plans & Activities

Practical ways to engage and educate young children are at the heart of our editorial, which makes every issue a valuable teaching resource with enduring appeal.

print reach

Print Reach

Every issue of Teach Primary 3 to 7 is mailed to decision makers in primary schools across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, with copies being made available to teachers within all 16,500 primary schools. A free-to-access flipbook of each issue is sent to a further 55,000 recipients on our e-database.

Digital Coverage

Teach Primary 3 to 7 benefits from its parent title, Teach Early Years’ dedicated website (www.teachearlyyears.com) and The Teach Company's online portal, www.teachwire.net. Through these channels we welcome 65k unique visitors each month, affording them access to a wealth of information on best practice in early years and primary education.


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Our Contributors

Our contributors include expert consultants and advisers working across early years, Key Stage 1 and the wider education sector, and outstanding teachers with a range of specialisms.

Mick walters

Courteney Donaldson MRICS

Managing director, Childcare & Education at Christie & Co.

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Purnima Tanuku OBE

Chief executive of NDNA.

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Jo Verrill

Managing director at Ceeda.

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James Hempsall OBE

Director of Hempsall's training, research and consultancy.

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