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What is Teachit Primary?

Teachit Primary is a tried and trusted education resource used by thousands of teachers. Covering the whole primary curriculum, the Teachit Primary libraries offer thousands of pages of materials, all created by classroom teachers and constantly growing.


ContributeTeachit Primary is by teachers for teachers

We believe that the best resources are created at the chalkface. We also believe in paying you for the fruits of your labours. That's why we share our revenues with all the fantastic teachers who fill up the libraries by sending us their excellent materials.


NATE logoThe life of a Teachit Primary resource

  1. A resource is contributed to the site by a fab teacher.
  2. Once selected for publication, the resource is edited by the team.
  3. It's then given a mini makeover.
  4. The resource is published in a range of photocopiable, adaptable and digital formats.

NATE logoOur memberships

Teachit Primary individual and school memberships offer adaptable MS Word or PowerPoint versions of materials, whiteboard resources, interactive tasks and the ability to make and save your own interactives, as well as My Teachit for selecting, storing and sharing your favourite resources.


I love the site - it is usually one of the first ones I try when looking for different resources. I like the fact that you can usually find things on here that are a bit different or adaptable.

Clare Harland
Year 5 teacher


We work in partnership with NATE

At Teachit we work in partnership with the National Association for the Teaching of English.

We are also pleased to be a partner of the National Literacy Trust.

NATE logoWhere  Teachit Primary started

Teachit Primary launched in 2008 as a sister site to www.teachit.co.uk, founded by English teacher Siobhain Archer in 1999 as a spare-time addition to her teaching workload, the online library of learning resources rapidly gathered its own momentum as colleagues discovered the value of sharing their teaching materials.


AQATeachit Primary and AQA

In April 2011 Teachit Primary became part of the AQA family with the aim of supporting teachers and learners to realise their potential. Teachit Primary remains editorially independent and is committed to publishing high quality resources, regardless of awarding body.



A colleague and I access your site on a daily basis. The worksheets are pitched at just the right level for the pupils, in addition to being very 'user friendly'.

Linda Froud
Learning Support Teacher

How to contact us

By email: support@teachit.co.uk
By post: Teachit (UK) Ltd, Queen Anne House, 11 Charlotte Street, Bath, BA1 2NE, UK
By phone: 01225 788851
By fax: +44 (0) 1225 430233


NATE logoInterested in marketing or advertising opportunities with Teachit Primary?

Mail Karen at Karen@teachit.co.uk


Meet the Teachit Primary team

Helen Acosta
Web Development Manager

Jo Barwell
Deputy Primary Editor

Ann Bazley

Christine Bowes
Customer Support

Harriet Clarke
History Editor

Katie Green
Managing Editor

Fran HamiltonFran Hamilton
Editorial Design Assistant

Marysia Hawkins
Web Content Designer

Lucy Hewitt
Senior Editor

Victoria Humphries
Head of Operations

Sarah Kniveton
Science Editor

Olie Larner
Web Content Developer

Kate Lee
Digital Editor

Helen Kennedy
Maths Editor

Lindy Leslie
Resource Editor

Sheena Luckcock
Languages Editor

Sara Pearson
Primary Editor

Chris Smart
Geography Editor

Becky Rogers
Membership, HR and Office

Katharina Rompf Katharina Rompf
Support Administrator

Helen Stacey, English Editor Helen Stacey
English Editor

Maeve Taylor
Advertising Coordinator

Christine West




The official bit

Teachit (UK) Ltd
Registered in England & Wales (Company no. 4194997)
Registered office - 20/21 Clinton Place, Seaford, E Sussex, BN25 1NP
VAT no. 794 0878 79


We are family ... Teachit's other resource sites include

www.teachit.co.uk | www.teachitelt.com | www.teachitcitizenship.co.uk | www.teachitmaths.co.uk
www.teachitlanguages.co.uk | www.teachitgeography.co.uk | www.teachithistory.co.uk | www.teachitscience.co.uk


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