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And so teachers return

Many teachers in secondary schools start to return to school today (or at least they read their emails at home!)

20 August is the day on which GCSE results are announced, with many teachers taking the opportunity to return to work either today or in the remaining week and a half before teaching starts.

With most secondary teachers now picking up emails sent to their personal accounts at school on home computers or mobile devices, it is possible to reach these teachers, whether they are at home or at work.

And if you choose to email them in the next ten days the cost will be just £75 per list. Then from 1 September we move across to our new term-time charges.

Full details of all our secondary school teacher email lists are given here. During the rest of August you can email all the named individuals on any of our lists, and reach the remaining schools where we don’t have the email address via the school administrator, for just £75.

Once we reach 1 September our new price list takes over - and this once again gives a new range of options.

If you want to nominate the exact day on which your email goes out we will undertake to do that providing we get the email within enough time for us to set it up and run it. The charge is £240 and that includes emailing to both the teachers for whom we have a personal address and the rest via the school’s generic address.

However if you are able to give us two weeks in which to send out the email, the price comes right down to £125. We will send out the email as soon as we possibly can.

What’s more, we guarantee not to send out your email at the weekend or during half term weeks or school holidays.

The two weeks’ schedule is counted from the day we receive the copy for your email.

All bookings are, of course, subject to availability as we do limit the number of emails we will send to any teacher in a week.  So it is worth booking in sooner rather than later.

The secondary school email list page contains not just our list of email lists, but also details of the way in which we need to receive your email.  For further information please do call 01536 399 000.

Meanwhile, our primary school email lists continue as before.

We’ll be annoucing lower prices for our emails to special needs schools and nurseries in the coming days.

Tony Attwood





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manoj katz said...

Its a welcoming news for sure, teachers returning after a while. Good to know that things will be back on track soon.

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