A former teacher was inspired by her own son’s experience to go beyond making just digital materials
BounceLearningKids aka Chris Morgan, talks about the importance of creating resources that are visually appealing and fit for purpose
Jake Andrew aka PrimaryMrAndrew, Daniella O’Brien aka The Primary Hut and maths specialist Omega all started sharing their teaching resources in 2018 and they’ve already been downloaded 1,000s of times.
Elise Kennedy aka Canadian Winter, shares her top tips and talks about the challenges of creating resources for homeschooling.
Matt Dix, one third of mracdpresent, reveals how he writes songs to create engaging and effective science, maths and English resources.
Jason Kimberley, a member of the team at TheTeachersFriend, explains how their lessons connect young people with the world around them.
Marguerite MacLean shares how she uses music and stories in her classroom to teach important literacy skills.
Science teacher Paul Bold, demonstrates combustion of alkanes (not Workplace health and safety approved so don't attempt it yourselves!) and how his resources encourage independent learning in students.
Nichola Lacey (nwilkin) delivered an extremely useful presentation on the ways in which authors can use the on-site tools you have available to you as an author on Tes. Here are a few tips on how to successfully use these tools to help you improve your sales.
Emily Cotterill (EC_Resources) delivered an extremely useful presentation on the ways in which authors can self-promote and use social media. Here are a few tips on how to successfully use tools beyound Tes's website to help you improve your sales.
Ex-civil servant turned secondary teacher Rufus Ravenscroft, aka ruforufus, talks about the unique opportunity assemblies present and how his resources can help you to make the most of them.
Leila Rasarathnam reveals how she calls on her experience from before she became a teacher to engage her students and create inspiring resources.
Technology geek Simon Pykett, aka nerdoftheday, shows how technology-based subjects aren’t all about staring into a screen, by using Lego and pop culture to capture his students’ imagination.
Damian and Kevin aka DigitalTeacherPlanner talk about the experiences that lead them to create their digital teacher planner and how it can help you with your planning.
Language teacher Nadene Wright, aka wrightseducation16, gets the best out of her students with her resources designed to boost their vocabulary.
Luke Peacham, aka lpeacham, uses practical activities and simplified revision guides to re-engage his students in the maths classroom.
A-level teacher Sofie Khachik, aka Miss_s_k, shares her tips for creating high-quality resources.
Jessica Lamb, one half of Blossomingminds, shares what’s key to her when she’s making a new classroom resource.
English author Michael Ratcliffe, aka mratcliffe88, describes how finding the link between the topic and the real world can help create engaging classroom resources.
Tes author, Mike Richards, shares how he brings together his author dashboard and the business of education after a successful back-to-school period.
English and literary guru Kunle Abrahams, aka Kunyeo, discusses how his love of teaching inspired his resources.
English guru Jill Creighton, aka TeachingWEase, reveals how sharing high quality resources can enhance classroom teaching and subject knowledge.
Alan Glasgow, aka Aglasgow, creates high quality video guides that allow students to learn at a pace that suits them, freeing up teachers to circulate and give support where needed.
Industry expert Caroline Alliston, aka technologyforfun, shares how she’s made STEM a success in the classroom.
Gold authors NumberLoving and LittleStreams have worked together to produce a fantastic, free ‘pie chart’ resource for Pi Day. Here they tell us about themselves, their collaboration and their new resources.
Prolific Tes author Charlee Iddon, aka The Ginger Teacher, shares how connecting with other teachers has inspired her author experience.
EFL teacher Hernán Giannini, aka hernigian, shares his experience about working in Argentina and tips on successful language immersion programmes.
Tes author James Burns designs and facilities anti-bullying professional development for teachers. He shares his tips for enabling teacher to bully-proof their classrooms and build resilience in their students.
Free resource sharer Lauren Mates, discusses how she creates resources to help get key concepts across to low ability students in her science classroom.
The superhero behind Xclass to the Rescue, Amanda Xavier, shares her experience as a teacher-author and tips for engaging reluctant readers.
Published a resource on Tes and prompted to share it on social? Tes Author, Mike Richards, explains why you might want to promote your Tes resources on Twitter.
The team at Wisewire publish resources on Tes. Find out their top tips for creating outstanding resources that are engaging and relevant - helping students achieve their learning goals.
As well as being a successful Author on TES, Mael Matthews works as a professional artist, art examiner and has over 18 years of experience in education. We find out a bit more about Mael's background, how he juggles teaching with being an author and his advice for aspiring resources contributors.
Malcom Brown is the first Australian author to be featured on our blog and has published over 60 resources. He lets us in on his teaching background, why he publishes free and premium resources, plus his top tip for new authors.
Cath Smith publishes British Sign Language teaching resources on TES as author, deafbooks. Learn more below about her motivation and the challenges that deaf learners face.
TES Author ChemCatalyst discusses creating chemistry resources and using mastery techniques
Artsy-Crafter has published over 120 hands-on TES resources and talks to us in this post about the value of crafting and the piece of advice that inspired her to become an author.
Ann Macleod works as a full-time teacher and publishes as TES Author, Apples of Gold. Find out how she manages to juggle a teaching career, a family and publishing resources!
Explore the value of problem solving in the math classroom with these strategies from TES Author, DocRunning
Mike Jackson and David Horner are the brains behind Goodeyedeers and publish primary resources with a focus on poetry and Spag. Read on to see how their partnership works and why they sell resources.
Jacqui Sharp, who publishes primary resources on TES, shares her thoughts on integrating technology into the classroom and her top tips for aspiring authors
Charlotte Wilkinson, TES Author Wilkieway, talks about what she’s learnt from teaching in different countries, their education systems and how her experiences have shaped her resources.
John Loadsman, TES Author Resourcesyouwant, talks about creating English resources and his top tips for new authors.
TES Author Eye of the Fly discusses how he creates English resources for visual learners
Matthew Bentham, TES Author CreatEd, talks about his experience piloting one of the new English specifications and how it has influenced the resources he makes.
Paul Carr teaches in Japan and publishes resources on TES as Kibishipaul. Find out his top tips, time management ideas and more about his teaching background below.
Kellie Galamb works as a French teacher in Canada and publishes on TES as Chez Galamb. Read on to see why she decided to join TES, the challenges of making language resources and her top tips for prospective authors
Ken Polkinghorne, TES author KPolkinghorne, shares his vast experience as a geography teacher and offers his top tips for successful lesson resources
Helen Macdonald, TES Author helenmacdonald81, has experience tackling difficult geography topics with students of all ages. Find out how she makes her resources engaging and what’s next for her shop.
Amy Willson, of WillsonEducation, shares her teaching experiences, her motivation for publishing over 170 resources on TES and her top tips for aspiring resources authors.
Check out the stories of our 4 star authors who started sharing their resources in 2017. They’ve also shared their top tips to help you follow in their footsteps!
TES Author, jusch12, tells us about her German murder mystery resource
Tes Author Magictrickster shares his experience of winning the Authorpreneur competition and receiving helpful social media advice
TES Author GoldSEN offers advice on creating SEN resources, especially in PE
Maurice Leahy is the teacher behind extra golden-time and his resources use dice and games to encourage children to practise their grammar skills.
Sheilagh Blyth publishes resources on TES as EnableMeMethod and focuses on using her expertise to create resources that support teachers in developing children's handwriting.
TES Author maxblackburn talks to us about how he makes his history resources engaging and accessible.
English teacher James Tickle, TES Author jamestickle86, tells us how his scheme of work uses historical context to provide a creative, relevant introduction to Shakespeare
Jacqueline Johnson, TES Author JJResources, talks about her engaging math mystery series Case of the Super Bad Superhero for Years 1 to 6
Graham Wilson is an Author on TES and publishes resources as erhgiez. Read on to discover his motivation for creating lesson materials from scratch and his top tips for making your resources look professional.
TES Author sebastian222 offers advice on creating German grammar resources
KS2History, a popular primary Author on TES, explains what inspires her creative resources, how she uses the curriculum to target her resource packs and why history can be a great vehicle for improving children's literacy.
Colin Billett tells us why he started publishing resources, what the challenges are for maths teachers and top tips for getting started as an Author on TES.
TES Author tomotoole offers insight into his process for making resources and the challenges he faces when creating teaching materials for the new GCSE curriculum.
AussieMusicTeacher, aka Kim Maloney, explores how she helps students to set goals and targets in the new year
Music master Ahjaystelino explains how he uses music in the classroom with students who have learning difficulties
Ben Hehn, TES Author Numberock, tells us about his collection of music videos that reinforce mathematical learning concepts using a multi-sensory approach
TES Author Mr Mathematics explains how his use of visuals makes the teaching of division with fractions more accessible to his students
Becky Humphrey-Bullen, one half of author team LittleStreams, talks to us about her background in education, why she started publishing resources on TES and how to make a successful author partnership work.
Find our how TES Author Nteach makes physics more accessible and how he tries to make teachers lives easier with his resources.
James Ferguson teaches science and publishes on TES as FergieBee. Find out how he creates resources, why he sells on TES and what tips he'd give to aspiring authors.
TES Author highwaystar discusses how she creates resources for spelling, grammar and punctuation as well as topics.
TES Author Todd Beamish, teacher of religious education, reveals how he makes his content engaging, which are his favourite resources and how to deal with sensitive topics
Raymond Rodgers, prolific TES Author, SaveTeachersSundays, talks to us about why he started publishing resources and how he promotes his business.
Craig Smith publishes free and premium resources on TES as The Primary Teacher Resource Centre. Read on to find out how he makes his resources, including his popular Sats packs, stand out from the crowd.
Cassie O’Connor, TES Author Crocy88, reveals her five tips for creating resources and how she makes science engaging for students.
Science teacher Michael Harvey, who publishes on TES as doctorharves, explains the power of collaborative learning and why he uses Twitter for networking.
TES Author Scuttscience discusses creating secondary science resources and the challenges he faces
Scott Stein, TES Author ScienceSpot, explains how to use cootie catchers as a teaching resource in lessons to engage learners
Special educational needs expert, Richard Burbage, publishes on TES as Ricardo65. Find out how his resources can help learners with autism and severe learning difficulties access Shakespeare.
TES Author Penelople Earp, pearp, reveals her top tips for creating resources for students with learning needs.
Mike Amos-Simpson, the author behind Thinky Publishing, talks about his international experiences, why he sells on TES and his motivations for creating resources.
Martin Grundy, who has 292 free and premium resources published on TES, talks to us about his background, what makes a quality resource and what essential advice he would give to new authors.
Phil Wickins, Tes Author and teacher talks through the reasons behind his handy pupil-tracking tool