About Us

About Us

Classroom Resources was set up in 1995 by teacher and author John Hickey.

John having graduated from Manchester University in 1977 gained 15 years valuable teaching experience in a variety of state and private schools as well as in further and higher educational institutions. During this time John was commissioned to write numerous educational resources and publications for a wide range of government institutions, public limited companies, and charitable organisations. John, who often recruited other teachers to help with this work, was perhaps the first to recognise that many practising teachers had their own excellent resources that when published would be of invaluable assistance to other teachers worldwide.

Classroom Resources allows teachers to market their own resources and ideas to schools nationally and internationally. Many teachers have worked hard to produce high quality resources for their own use and Classroom Resources gives them the opportunity to bring them to the notice of a wider market.

Selling with Classroom Resources costs teachers nothing. You simply submit your resources for our consideration, and we take care of the production and marketing to schools through our carefully targeted promotional literature and website. All secondary schools in the UK are mailed or emailed weekly and we also mail primary schools, international schools, colleges and universities, special schools and many other educational establishments. When orders are received teacher authors receive their royalty payments.

Classroom Resources also acts as Educational Consultants for a number of clients, providing educational resources to support various initiatives. Classroom Resources teacher authors are commissioned to write support material which is then delivered into schools.

Our list of clients include:

Amway
The Army
Bank of England
Barclays Bank plc
BizEd on the Internet
BP plc
Britannic Assurance
British Aerospace
British Telecom
British Video Association
Coca-Cola (Great Britain) Ltd
Federal Trust
Financial Times
Garden Festival of Wales
Heads, Teachers and Industry
Industrial Society
Inland Revenue
Institute of Chartered Accountants
(England & Wales)
International Stock Exchange
Lloyds Bank plc
Lloyds of London
London Borough of Haringey
London Bus
Lord Ashcroft Collection
Luther Pendragon
Mars (UK) Ltd
McDonalds Restaurants Ltd
Ministry of Defence
National Westminster Bank
Ordinance Survey
Phillip Morris
Portsmouth Naval Base
Reading is Fundamental
Royal Navy
Royal Air Force
Somerset Health Authority
Southern Electricity Plc
Southern Water
Sugar Bureau
Tesco
Transport for London
Trustee Savings Bank Plc
Ultimate Wildlife
Virgin Atlantic Airways
Welsh Water Plc
The Wrigley Company
Youth Hostel Association


If you would like to get involved in this rewarding commissioned work then do get in touch.