We are a voluntary service, run by teachers who are keen to avoid a large subscripton fee for our users. However, the time that we spend maintaining Litdrive and website costs mean that there is a need for your help!
The main reason behind our migration online from a shared file folder was to ensure that our users could avoid paying for storage. All funds will be stored in a Money Pool for transparency. Our priorities for funding over the initial twelve months of Litdrive include:
Maintaining the administration of the website, mailbox, social communication and developing additional, more effective ways of reaching our members, such as newsletters or more developed website for functionality as our member base rapidly increases.
Building a team to inform and develop financial reporting, technology maintenance and development ( the possibility of a Litdrive app, for example), quality assurance, litigation, in addition to less immediate roles.
Developing awareness of the Litdrive brand through conferences, networking, merchandise and CPD above and beyond our existing coaching programme so that organisations such as DfE for example are conscious of the effort English teachers are making to combat the workload issue.
If you are able to donate towards Litdrive’s upkeep and ongoing journey, please do tap the donate button- it would mean the world to us.
To view the progress of our money pool, or make a regular contribution, just click above.
To view how our funds are spent, please find all cost reporting under ‘Litdrive Administration’ in the Downloads section.
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What Members Say
Amongst everything else in education, it is often forgotten that the teacher is the most important variable in terms of pupil attainment. I can think of nothing else in my career that has been able to support teaching and the teacher in the way that Litdrive has.
Stuart MacBeath, Principal Teacher of Literacy
I’ve greatly benefited from litdrive a it has allowed me as an NQT to learn from others, and try activities and approaches that are less commonly advocated for or utilized in my current school.
Rachel Twort, NQT
Litdrive is invaluable to English teachers across the UK. Personally, I am inspired by some of the great ideas that people are sharing and this helps me to re-ignite my enthusiasm for creating innovative teaching resources.