Teachwire is a busy online hub of classroom expertise and resources for teachers. It represents and is supported by our established print brands: Teach Primary, Teach Secondary and Teach Early Years.
Covering everything from the EYFS to KS4, with fresh content added daily for all sectors, Teachwire is our flagship platform for online publishing. Alongside sharing the best content from our print magazines, we feature exclusive articles from high profile education bloggers, and show teachers where to find the most valuable online tools and products available on the web.
We have a growing bank of early years, primary and secondary resources, with our most popular receiving tens of thousands of downloads. Both teachers and education companies can contribute to this library too by uploading their own materials.
Our social media channels on Twitter and Facebook have a total of over 80,000 followers, enabling us to direct a steady stream of traffic to Teachwire with regular announcements and teaser content.
Launched in late 2015, Teachwire has more than 24,000 registered members, all of whom have become part of our extensive mailing list gathered and refined over the course of a decade, through major education shows, competitions and activity in our print publications.
Our expert content together with our targeted promotion strategy means Teachwire’s users are almost exclusively from the education profession, ensuring messages from our partners reach the right audience.
Around 80 per cent of our traffic is UK based and 36 per cent is directed to Teachwire through our social media channels, meaning our messages are reaching a carefully targeted audience.
Our popular Twitter accounts allow us to take our messages directly to teachers.
We can work with our partners to showcase their resources in the way they want - whatever format that might take.
Our articles on teaching and learning are evergreen; content continues to grow in popularity and doesn't rise and fall with news cycles.
Our Books For Schools sections features over 500 book reviews and 50 book topics, making it a valuable resource for teachers and librarians across the country.
With 56,900 educators signed up to our weekly newsletters, we make sure our best content gets the attention it deserves.
The popularity of the site grows rapidly year on year, with 730,000 visits to Teachwire in the past 12 months and over 18,000 registered members.
As well as leading teaching experts, Teachwire's contributors include some of the most influential education bloggers and figureheads, each of whom brings their own loyal following to our website.
Vice Principal at a South London academy, Hannah is a #WomenEd national leader with an 11k Twitter following.
Head of Membership at Challenge Partners, Penny was formerly Director of Business Development at The Key for School Leaders.
Former headteacher and now owner of the ABC Does education consultancy, followed on Twitter by 12,000 early years enthusiasts.
Better known as MrP, Lee Parkinson is among the most followed teachers online, with over 100,000 people enjoying his regular Facebook updates and teacher humour.