Share a resource

To share a resource you need to log in with your user name and password. Follow three simple steps to upload a resource.

Help/Resources/Sharing a resource

Getting started

Add a resource

Supporting information

Who is your resource for?

Still having problems?

Getting started

Log in with your user name and password. Once logged in, select Teaching Resources from the main menu and click on the Add new resource link . Follow the simple steps (you'll find more information about these steps on the Sharing help page ). Note you will need to read and agree to our terms and conditions first and our privacy policy before sharing your resource.

Sharing your resource

You have the option to allow other TES members to rate and review your resource.

Share a file

  1. Select the File option.
  2. Click on the Choose file button and locate the file you want to share.
  3. Click on the Select resource type box to choose what kind of file you're uploading (activity, assembly, worksheet etc).
  4. Click on the 'format' box to choose the format of your file (Audio, image etc.)

Share a weblink

  1. Select the Web address option.
  2. Copy and paste or type in web address
  3. Click on the Add button
  4. Click on the Select type box to choose what kind of web link you're adding (activity, assembly, worksheet etc).
  5. Click on the 'format' box to choose the format of your file (Audio, image etc.)

Add more files and web links

You can share more than one file and/or web link. To do this click the Add another item link and repeat as above until you're finished.

Please see our FAQs page for more information on file size and file types.

Who is your resource for?

To make sure your resource appears in the right sections of our site please tell us what key stages your resource is relevant to (and if it's a whole school resource or one suitable for children with special needs).

  1. Choose a 'Phase' that applies to your resource.
  2. Once you have selected the phase, subject listing for that Key Stage will appear alongside.
  3. Scroll through the list and select the subject that applies to your resource.
  4. Select a Curriculum topic that applies to your resource.
  5. You also have the option to select a sub-topic (this is optional).

Supporting information

Tell us more about your resource. A good title is important, it should be a brief summary of your resource. You can then provide more detailed information in the 'notes to users area'. Your notes should include details of what the resource covers, how it could be used in the classroom and any specific instructions on usage (maximum number of characters = 600). Be as descriptive as you like and don't worry, you can always go back and change the text if you're not happy with it.

If your resource relates to a particular event in the calendar (eg. Halloween etc.), select the month and event name from the calendar dropdown.

Finish

Once you've finished please read the Terms & Conditions and our Privacy Policy. Then click on the I agree and finish button.

Other information

Please see our FAQs for answers to frequently asked questions.