Seeking Permission

Thank you in the first instance for considering to use work made available by @TeacherToolkit

Our resources are created and shared on multiple platforms around the world, exceeding 8.5 million views (circa. January 2018).

If you are looking for permission to use TT resources, please contact us. Or, why not leave a voicemail (and resource reference) by clicking on the phone?

To share:

After an interesting story in 2013, Teacher Toolkit made a decision to host all our work here on this platform. The resources that appear on this website are to share with others teachers across the world, which are uploaded to share best practice and to profile various individuals and schools. Please credit appropriate attribution where stated if that is the case.

All resources are copyrighted and belong to Teacher Toolkit. We are happy for you to – share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format, download and use our work for your personal use or within your place of work.

Not to share:

We would prefer you asked to use anything, rather than make an assumption. Many people do not read this far. We cannot revoke the freedom for you to share our work, as long as you follow these license terms under the following terms:

Attribution — You must give appropriate credit, (We would prefer if you use @TeacherToolkit), to also provide a link to this website (, and include a link to this licence. If you make changes, please indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests that we endorse you or your use; unless we have provided this in writing.

NonCommercial — You may not use the material for commercial purposes. That would be naughty!

NoDerivatives — If you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material.

No additional restrictions — You may not apply legal terms or technological measures that legally restrict others from doing anything the license permits.

All work is copyright material 2008 – 2019. Designed and published from @TeacherToolkit Limited, created by Ross Morrison McGill based on all work published here, at @TeacherToolkit is a registered trademark of @TeacherToolkit Limited.

Thank you.

Teacher Toolkit.

16 thoughts on “Seeking Permission

  1. Hello, I am looking for some information please, I have read previously about using what, why and How it is something I know I have read on this blog but I cannot find it now? Could you point me in the right direction please so I can find it?
    Many thanks
    Andrea Davenport-jones (Teacher of Food)

    1. Hi Sarah – currently implementing a website upgrade, so please send me an email in a few days once all our URLs have updated and I will email them over. Glad they are of help and if you need anyone to support / show you how best to use them, I’m happy to come out to Doha. Thanks Ross.

  2. Hi – I am looking at creating better wellbeing and teaching tips in our school and you seem to be the best place to come. Can I use your resources freely as long as I credit them?

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