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270: Why Tes has gone digital with Jon Severs
21st July 2022 • Education On Fire - Sharing creative and inspiring learning in our schools • Mark Taylor
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Jon Severs explains the journey of taking the traditional Tes magazine, which was established in 1910, to their new online delivery which can be more reactive in our modern age.

Tes is a global education business. It started out in print more than 100 years ago as The Times Educational Supplement. Fast forward to today and it has grown in partnership with teachers and schools around the world to become one of the largest, professional digital communities, connecting and supporting more than 13 million educators globally.

Then and now, their commitment to supporting schools and teachers is at the heart of everything they do.

They work with 25,000 schools in more than 100 countries. Whether you’re newly-qualified, an experienced teacher or a school leader, they want to simplify your working life by freeing up your time so you can focus on what matters most – changing lives.

Jon Severs is editor of Tes. He was previously commissioning editor at Tes, responsible for the teaching and learning content, as well as policy, leadership and pastoral articles. Before that, he wrote and edited for both trade and consumer titles. 

If you want to contribute to Tes in the way mentioned in the show here are the 2 contacts.

dan.worth@tes.com

helen.amass@tes.com

www.tes.com

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