Litdrive is a donation-driven service with all funds 100% put back into the development of this website. It was set up, developed and is maintained by volunteers. Our members span from the United Kingdom to a range of International schools, stretching as far as New Zealand, Hong Kong and beyond! All with the same goal: to tackle workload.
In addition to donations, as a member, you can support Litdrive by offering to write a guest blog, signing up for peer coaching or uploading your own resources. Willing to share? You are our kind of person! Register from the main menu, wait 48 hours for membership approval and you will be able to access all services. PLEASE CHECK OUR RESOURCE STANDARDS AND COPYRIGHT GUIDANCE BEFORE UPLOADING.
We look forward to hearing all about your success stories as we approach the half way point of #LitdriveCPD; tweet your experience of the programme using the hashtag! Further details regarding certification will be released to participants shortly.
If you would like to share Litdrive with your departments, PGCE or Teachfirst students, or anyone else, please drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can send over resources for you.
We are working with some fantastic organisations this year and are excited to share this with members! If you are a resource provider and are interested in working with Litdrive, get in touch via the contact form.
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.
Sue Mulgrew , Head of English
How Can I Support Litdrive?
Share your resources with thousands of teachers worldwide; download and rate teaching resources from a bank of experienced teachers in our community.
Share our Story
Tell your department or surrounding schools about the concept of Litdrive: instead of teachers making their own individual resources, they can collaborate and share, not only reducing workload but also provide CPD as part of our peer coaching programme.
Make a one-off donation or set up a regular monthly contribution that will aid and evolve Litdrive, making us the grassroots response to a national Workload issue. Remain an active member by donating resources or making a regular contribution.
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