Primary landing page
Last updated 2 July 2012
Our primary page highlights the best resources and the most valuable contributors on a regular basis. It's also an easy way to find primary resource collections and newsletters.
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TMDDodd, you have uploaded the most this week; thank you for sharing!
Are you very very tired? Having a great time with primary pupils who are ready for secondary school!
Free educational coloring pages for kids. Perfect for home childcare providers, and parents teaching children basic concepts at home.
A growing group of teachers representing their subject on the TES website.
Resource of the Week
More Weekly Highlights
Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 60 year reign over the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth territories this year (5 June). Use this celebration to explore the history of the British monarchy, engage with all things British and investigate the diverse cultures within her kingdom.
Say goodbye to traffic jams, arriving late and parking stress this 'Walk to School Week' when over 1 million UK children will ditch the school run and put their feet firmly to the ground.
Mnemonic posters for spelling
Story - Ganesh and The Banquet
Vicky Parsons, travelling storyteller, in India telling a funny little story about Ganesh, the elephant God.
(21 - 25 May)
Articles on TES
Approach teaching with gravity and dispel some myths.
Handpicked sets of the best resources to download now.
Essential subjects and topics for your classroom.
Digital activities for whiteboards and little hands.
Videos from the BBC to use in your classroom.
Great Lesson Ideas and Lesson Starters - the best sets.
More resources from Colin.
Even more resources, forums debates and jobs from the TES Team.
About Colin Hill
Colin Hill is lead adviser for Primary on TES. He has taught throughout Foundation Stage, KS1 and KS2. He has led numeracy, assessment and ICT, believing integration of technology is a great way of engaging pupils in their learning.
He believes that sharing resources online offers teachers a great wealth of materials which can support their confidence in teaching maths while engaging and enthusing pupils in their learning. "Sharing has extensively developed my portfolio of resources," he says. "Contributing tips, lesson ideas and resources is a great way of developing knowledge in the different strands of the developing curriculum."
Colin is also currently studying for doctorate in education at the University of Glasgow.