TES Australia pledges that our members can download and share user-generated resources free of charge for ever.
We are committed to protecting the privacy of our members' personal data and promise never to sell or share it with any third party.
The TES Connect story is an extraordinary one: its digital community is one of the fastest growing of any profession globally, and it boasts a 100-year heritage at the centre of teaching and the education community.
Today, with nearly 2.7 million1 registered online users in over 276 countries and territories2, it is the world’s largest online network of teachers. More than 3.6 million resources are downloaded from the TES website a week3, with eight TES resources downloaded a second 4. Home to more than 650,0005 individually crafted teaching resources developed by teachers for teachers, this unparalleled collection helps to guide, inform and inspire educators around the world.
This wealth of free resources on TES Connect allows education professionals to share and benefit from one another's resources and lesson plans, in order to drive excellence in the education sector.
- TSL Internal Data: 17 Sept 2013
- TSL Internal Data: 17 Sept 2013 (user selected countries and territories)
- TSL Internal Data: Average downloads, Feb-Mar 2013
- TSL Internal Data: Average downloads per second, 22 April 2013
- TSL website: 17 Sept 2013
The Australian Education Union has a membership of over 180,000 educators who work in public schools, colleges, early childhood and vocational settings, in all states and territories of Australia. Members include teachers and allied educational staff, principals and administrators, mainly in government school and TAFE systems.
The AEU represents its members industrially and professionally in diverse forums, which includes the maintenance of comprehensive industrial protection and representation through industrial tribunals in Australia. This involves industrial research, negotiation and advocacy over a wide range of matters, including salaries and teaching and learning conditions.
The Centre for Professional Learning is designed to provide high-quality, fully accredited professional learning to members of the New South Wales Teachers Federation.
It aims to become, over time, a significant provider of professional education in NSW by providing courses, conferences, online publications, specialist support services and access to research relevant to public educators.
The New South Wales Teachers Federation is the registered trade union that covers NSW public school teachers. The NSW Teachers Federation represents all teachers in New South Wales public pre-schools, infants, primary and secondary schools and TAFE institutes. Teachers in Schools for Specific Purposes and Corrective Services are also members.
The Board of Studies NSW was established in 1990 to serve government and non-government schools in the development of schools education for Years K-12. It provides educational leadership by developing quality curriculum and awarding secondary school credentials, the Record of School Achievement and the Higher School Certificate.