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Still missing the TES Forums?
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Symingtons · 27/07/2021 13:54

If so, feel free to send me a private message and I may be able to help.

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Symingtons · 14/08/2021 08:51

Well it looks like the answer is 'no'...😉, but I'm going to "bump" this up, just in case.

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MyCatEatsPrawnCrackers · 14/08/2021 12:18

Yes I am but unless TES are bringing the forums back, how can you help?

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Symingtons · 22/08/2021 07:59

Another 'bump' in case any former TESsers re out there looking for a new 'home' after the demise of the TES forums.

Alternatively, if you are a teacher, former teacher, someone interested in education and/or current issues looking for a forum to contribute to, then feel free to send me a private message.

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Symingtons · 26/09/2021 10:41

'Bump'!!

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AttaGirrrrl · 26/09/2021 12:15

Why don’t you just tell us what you’re offering rather than being all mysterious?

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QuickFoxRun · 26/09/2021 13:29

The TES forums rehomed themselves over at staffroom.boards.net/ but I think it suffers a little from being a closed forum and also from spreading what conversation there is too thinly amongst lots and lots of different sub-forums. The general social threads are pretty active but the teaching threads are mostly dead. This forum is quite a bit more active in terms of teaching-related chatter, but if you were very active on TES it might be nice to pop over there are see some old faces (usernames?)

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Symingtons · 27/09/2021 14:30

@AttaGirrrrl

Why don’t you just tell us what you’re offering rather than being all mysterious?

Not trying to be mysterious, but attempts to comment on this topic previously have led to the moderators removing posts.
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Symingtons · 27/09/2021 14:31

@QuickFoxRun

The TES forums rehomed themselves over at staffroom.boards.net/ but I think it suffers a little from being a closed forum and also from spreading what conversation there is too thinly amongst lots and lots of different sub-forums. The general social threads are pretty active but the teaching threads are mostly dead. This forum is quite a bit more active in terms of teaching-related chatter, but if you were very active on TES it might be nice to pop over there are see some old faces (usernames?)

I'd agree with this.
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JazzyJess87 · 28/09/2021 20:46

Really miss the TES forum! They helped me out a lot in the past.

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Symingtons · 21/11/2021 15:28

FYI The post-TES Forum started a while ago, but which never really got off the ground (only a few, semi-regular, posters) seems to have now been closed - the page only shows:

"In accordance with Section 25(a) of the ProBoards Terms of Service, this forum has been taken offline".

Those teachers or former teachers (or anyone interested in education, I guess) interested in getting advice/sharing opinions will have to look elsewhere, starting with Mumsnet I guess.

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spanieleyes · 21/11/2021 20:18

The link posted above still seems active.

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Symingtons · 22/11/2021 08:01

@spanieleyes

The link posted above still seems active.

This one isn't:

teachersuk.freeforums.net/board/1/general-discussion
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Cam22 · 12/08/2022 14:24

QuickFoxRun · 26/09/2021 13:29

The TES forums rehomed themselves over at staffroom.boards.net/ but I think it suffers a little from being a closed forum and also from spreading what conversation there is too thinly amongst lots and lots of different sub-forums. The general social threads are pretty active but the teaching threads are mostly dead. This forum is quite a bit more active in terms of teaching-related chatter, but if you were very active on TES it might be nice to pop over there are see some old faces (usernames?)

Agreed. TES was preferable.

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