Meet the Team

 

Meet the Team that make Primary Treasure Chest possible

THE BOSS!!!

Zoe is the brains behind the whole operation. All of the ideas, inspirations and great resource thinking comes from Zoe.

Zoe has been a primary school teacher in Swansea since 1999 and came up with idea for ‘Primary Treasure Chest’ one evening, when I was helping her to create a double-mounted effect on some display questions. She said that it would be great, if I could design a website where all primary practitioners could have access to double-mounted effect classroom banners, display letters, words, display banners, questions and flashcards etc. and the rest as they say is history.

 

Head of Marketing

Paul is in charge of the marketing department. It is his job to try and tell everybody about Primary Treasure Chest. Paul is responsible for the blogs and posts on TES, Facebook, Twitter etc."I just want to reach out across the world and tell everyone about our great teaching resources".

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Head of I.T. Department

Computers sometimes have a mind of their own and it is Paul's job to keep the website running, adding new features and making sure this great teaching resource website keeps running smoooooothly. Paul is the geek of the bunch and loves playing with all types of I.T. gadgets. "The other Paul's have a giggle at my geeky antics, but we do have a laugh in the office and like to wind each other up".

 

Head of Design

This website is all about images on resources and it is Paul's job to design our lovely images, then put them on a resource ready for the site. "I love this job, making fun images is great. I am the serious Paul of the office, the others look up to me for leadership and inspiration. We do have fun in the office but I then crack the whip and we get back to the job in hand, making wonderful teaching resources".

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Head of Resources

Paul helps Paul putting images onto resources, then it is Paul's job to put the resources on the website. "It is a great place to work with the Paul's, we have a blast in the office and adding these primary resources for the teachers to use, makes me feel like we are providing a great service for all the hard working teachers out there".

 

Emails/Correspondents

Whenever you email us, it is Paul's job to respond and deal with all the communications. We get many requests from users about making a teaching resource, Paul will email back and make sure the resource gets made and added to the site. He also is in charge of sorting out the advertising for the site, which is one of the ways that helps us to continue to provide teaching resources. "We have so many nice emails from teachers who love our site, I show the other Paul's and it gives us that extra boost, keep them coming".

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Odd Jobs / Chief tea & coffee maker

You could say Paul is the backbone of the organisation. He makes the tea for the Paul's, fetch the things that need fetching and any other vital jobs that need doing.  "This place would crumble without me, I am probably the most important person here.".

 

Why did we create this site?

Zoe came up with idea for ‘Primary Treasure Chest’ one evening, when I was helping her to create a double-mounted effect on some display questions. She said that it would be great, if I could design a website where all primary practitioners could have access to double-mounted effect classroom banners, display letters, words, display banners, questions and flashcards etc.. and the rest as they say is history.

 

Important Changes To This Website!

From January 2015, you will  still be able to download many FREE teaching resources on every page without having to subscribe.

As a result of the increased costs of the running of the site, we have no option but to charge a small annual fee of £7.99 (67p per month) for using ALL our resources. To subscribe click HERE.

For more information on how to subscribe, please click HERE.


Our aim:

Our main aim for ‘Primary Treasure Chest’ is to make it one of the biggest teaching resource websites on the market and make it a popular alternative to Sparklebox.