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10 Top Teaching Facebook Pages to Follow

Oct 10, 2017


There are hundreds of Facebook pages designed to inspire, inform and motivate you. They offer a great variety of posts, inspirational quotes, fun pictures, collaboration between teachers, news, blog posts, articles, resources and more. Here, we look at ten popular Facebook teaching pages in the UK.

UKEdChat is a Social Enterprise community of teachers who are passionate about improving teaching and learning in their classrooms. It also has a monthly magazine. It covers resources, teaching vacancies and ideas on improving teaching and learning. Its Facebook page has just over 1,500 followers. 


Teaching Ideas
A website full of thousands of ideas and resources from around the world, the Teacher Ideas Facebook page has a whopping 3,150,000 followers and shares its bank of resources as well as posting about giveaways, other useful blogs, fun stuff and more


The Twinkl website is one of the most popular teacher resource websites in the UK, filled with teacher-created, quality resources, and its Facebook page links to some of these resources as well as to other useful blogs, events, giveaways and much more. It has around 260,000 followers. 


Teachers Toolkit
The Teachers Toolkit website is run by Ross McGill, an award-winning deputy head teacher working in London.  One of the most popular blogs on the web, he writes about everything from leadership habits to keeping safe on social media and he shares these on his very active Facebook page which has over 23,000 followers.


Teacher’s Pet
The Teacher’s Pet website provides quality, free teaching and learning resources for EYFS, KS1 and KS2 as well as games, activities and more. Its Facebook page links to these resources as well as sharing ideas, competitions, fun videos and more. It has around 240,000 followers. 


The Teachwire website is packed full of news, articles and resources from the world of education – both primary and secondary. Its Facebook page links to these articles and shares fun teaching pictures and lesson plans. It has just over 2,300 followers.


The TES Facebook page links across to the TES website articles and news which includes lots of articles from education experts. It focuses more on pedagogy and educational developments rather than resources and has just over 100,000 followers.


Education Guardian
Similar to the TES site, this Guardian page links across to articles and news from the Guardian Education section including the Higher Education and Teacher networks. These tend to be articles from education experts and teachers which focus on pedagogy and educational developments rather than resources. The page has just under 200,000 followers. 


ICT Evangelist
Another award-winning blog, the website and Facebook page is run by Mark Anderson, a former assistant head teacher and ICT teacher. With more than 20 years’ experience in schools, Mark writes about everything from essential Chromebook tools to making an impact with edtech in your classroom. He has just over 2,000 followers. 


Primary Resources
The Primary Resources website provides a host of resources for all primary subjects and its Facebook page links across to its range of resources, keeping followers up to date on newly uploaded resources. It has just over 4,000 followers. 


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