Teach Primary provides essential support, resources and guidance to teachers of 5-11 year olds, helping them to save time and improve outcomes for all children.
Teach Primary is a large and vibrant staffroom filled with talented colleagues. Our readers are also our writers. They are experienced heads, senior leaders, academics and consultants. The magazine is a conversation that spans the big issues shaping education, the daily substance of classroom life, and the career concerns of every school professional.
Responding to curriculum, assessment and inspection changes is part and parcel of teaching life – like it or not – and our columnists provide expert opinion, perspective, and a touch of much needed humour on the key issues of the day. Information comes direct from schools too, as we regularly visit the top-performing settings in the country.
Written by the UK's leading teachers and pedagogical experts, Teach Primary provides an authoritative, topical look at current issues in the world of primary education.
The leading magazine written exclusively for primary educators.
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Each issue includes a section dedicated to books, and also focuses on a different area of the National Curriculum, allowing us to dig deeper into every subject over the course of the year.
Joyful dollops of creativity for teachers to add to their regular diet of classroom activities. Readers picking up Teach Primary know they’ll come away with new ideas to share with their pupils.
The Teach Primary New Children's Fiction Awards were launched in 2015, as part of the magazine's commitment to supporting schools in inspiring and nurturing a genuine love of reading amongst pupils. UK publishers are invited to submit titles across three categories: Reception, KS1 and KS2. Winners and runners up are selected from shortlists by a high-profile panel of judges, including literacy experts such as Clare Argar (National Literacy Trust) and Brough Girling (Readathon); celebrity parents (e.g. Lucy Porter and Jo Whiley); and authors (John Mayhew; Clare Mackintosh; David Melling).
Aceville᾿s education branch serves professionals working with children from ages 0 to 16. The top experts in the field distil their advice through brands such as Teach Primary, Teach Secondary, Teach Early Years, Teach Reading & Writing, Teachwire, SENCo, Technology & Innovation and Nursery Business.