Primary school teaching resources membership


12221iStock_000008335931XSmall.jpg What is specialises in EYFS, KS1 and KS2 teaching resources for primary school teachers.  Our resource bank has over 30,000 pages of English, Maths, Science and History teaching materials, all created by specialist teachers. The website is packed with editable PowerPoint resources enabling teachers to adapt the content to suit their specific needs. To accompany the wide and diverse range of PowerPoint resources, we also have hundreds of worksheets to use in the classroom. Many of our resources come with teacher notes and unit of work overviews and all our materials can either be used as they are or easily adapted, personalised and differentiated.

How do I find what I’m looking for on

Using the website is simple. All the resources can be accessed from the main menu on the home page. Just place your mouse pointer over the year group that you teach then select from the pop up menu the category you want to browse. Alternatively, you can search for a resource using the search box at the top right of each page. You can then either buy resources on a ‘Pay as You Go’ basis or become a member and access all our materials immediately.

Who are we? was created in 2014 by teacher Martin Grundy. Martin is the founder of and has over 20 years' experience of teaching in schools in the UK.  

How does membership work?

Becoming a member allows a user access to the members' area of the site where all the resources are available to download instantly. Membership represents great value for money as subscribers are authorised to download materials free of charge once the membership fee has been paid. Depending on the type of membership you opt for, subscribers are given a number of credits to spend on the site each month. Credits are our very own currency and are spent whenever a resource is downloaded from the website. Individual Membership gives users a number of credits per month to download any number of resources. School membership users can download an unlimited number of materials (with a 300-credit daily cap) during their period of membership. For more information about credits and membership please click here.

Who makes the resources?

The resources have been made by a range of primary school teacher authors.

How can I become a member?

Click here for membership details. You can join online with your credit/debit card or PayPal account or you can post a cheque or send a bank transfer if you prefer.  Web based payments are protected by SagePay and PayPal’s secure online payment system.  If you wish to pay by cheque, BACS or purchase order simply complete the online form and select 'Cheque / BACs' as your payment method.  This will create an invoice which will be sent to the email address that you provide on the application form.

How much does it cost?

Click here for information about the different packages available. We also offer a free membership option, which permits access to a sample selection of resources to allow you to get a feel for what our materials are like.

How do I join?

Go to our membership page, complete the relevant application form and agree to the site’s terms and conditions. Once you have done that, follow the onscreen prompts to make payment. Upon completion of payment, you will receive an email to the registered email address, this is your receipt of payment. Once paid, you will be able to log in and access the resources. However, if paying by cheque, you will be sent an email with login notification and will only be able to log in when payment has cleared.

If you need to contact us regarding your membership, please email and include your full name and address.

Is it secure to join online?

Yes. Credit and debit card transactions are handled by Opayo and PayPal's secure servers and are fully encrypted in line with banking industry standards. has no access to your bank account or card details.

What happens when I reach the end of my period of membership?

We will send you a reminder by email 30 days before the end of your current period of membership. If you wish to cancel your subscription at this point just email us at and we will close the account.  If you have paid via card or PayPal and are happy to continue your membership the subscription will automatically renew.  If you have paid by cheque or BACS please arrange payment to reach us before the renewal date - visit the contact us page for address details.  You can also renew membership prior to your renewal date.  If you do this your membership will be extended from the date that the account was due to renew. 

How do I cancel my subscription?

To cancel your subscription just email us at 14 days before the end of your current period of membership and state your wish to cancel.

How do I log in?

Select 'Sign in' at the top right of the page then login using your username and password.

What if I have forgotten my username or password?

If you have forgotten your username or password please click the 'forgot' link on the sign in page and we will email your details to you. Alternatively, email us at

I have a new email address but cannot update the email details on my account

Just email us at and we'll update it for you.

How and when do my credits update?

Credits update on the 'monthly anniversary' of the date you joined the website.  For example, if you joined on 23rd October your credits will refresh on 23rd of each month.  If you are an individual member the number of credits will return to 50 or 100 (depending upon your membership package) when they update.  Therefore, it's wise to use your credits each month as they don't carry over into the following month.  If you are a school member your account has unlimited monthly downloads (with a 300-credit daily cap) from the date you join the site until the date the account closes.

I have a question or need help with the website or a resource.

Email or, for one to one help, advice and support call us on 01204 439971 weekdays between 9am and 5pm (GMT).

We hope you enjoy exploring and join our teaching community.

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