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Our Associates scheme is open to all UK-resident registered users involved in education, and it's free to join. Becoming an Associate lets you get actively involved with Teachers TV. You'll be able to share ideas, receive regular updates, suggest new programmes and get sneak previews of new videos and features on our site. You can also get to know other members through their profiles and blogs — and add your own.

Weekly updates and Associates homepage

You'll find all the latest information on the regularly updated Associates home page. As an Associate, you'll be the first to hear about and try new features as they're added to the site. Also, the Associates' weekly update includes information about forth-coming events and news of our regular competitions — all of which are free to enter.

Have your say

You'll find all the latest information on the regularly updated Associates home page. As an Associate, you'll be the first to hear about and try new features as they're added to the site. Also, the Associates' weekly update includes information about forth-coming events and news of our regular competitions — all of which are free to enter.

Sneak previews

We'll offer you some sneak previews of new programmes before they reach the TV channel — giving you the chance to find out about interesting new series, themed weeks and more. You can also add your comments and share insights with others.

Continual professional development

Do you find Teachers TV a useful resource for your work in schools? We're continually looking for new ways to enhance the usefulness of our programmes. Pilot projects to aid professional development, new tools and other resources are available to Associates.

Get involved with programmes

There are various ways to get involved with Teachers TV programmes. You can take part in series like Ease the Load and Teaching with Bayley to get professional advice on issues from classroom behaviour to finding the right work/life balance. Or you can contribute to Be the Commissioner and, if your idea proves popular, see your programme go into production.

Special events and conferences

Join us at major education events like BETT, the Education Show and union conferences, where Associates help out on our stand and meet other educators interested in learning more about Teachers TV. We also arrange events in conjunction with regional TV production companies where you can meet other Associates and have an influence on future programmes.

Please register as an Associate and get more involved with Teachers TV.