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Meet Mary and Lisa - your new group admins

Take a tour with us around the Teaching iPrimary and iLowerSecondary group - to find out what we do, what you can find here and what's coming up!

11 Oct 2018
Written by Lisa Wallman
Club News

We're delighted that you've taken the time to visit and join this group. While it's primarily been set up to support schools that are delivering iPrimary and iLowerSecondary, it's open to all.
Your admins and general go-to-people for this group are us - Mary Layland and Lisa Wallman. Mary is a Development Editor in the iPrimary and iLowerSecondary publishing team and Lisa is a Marketing Manager working across the Global Schools portfolio.  However what this means in practice is that we're here to post content, stimulate and moderate discussions and provide you with a forum that supports your teaching of iPrimary and iLowerSecondary.
So over the coming weeks and months we look forward to sharing a wide range of blogs, videos and other information that we think you may find interesting and useful in your day-to-day jobs.  We’ll be on hand to answer any questions you have. If you’re not sure about something, then it’s likely that other teachers across the world are thinking the same. So sharing your questions and experiences benefits everyone!
Take a moment to look around the group resources. Have you seen our new animated video yet? This is a great place to start if you’d like to find out more about Pearson Edexcel iPrimary and iLowerSecondary.

Finally, and most importantly, please let us know the sort of content you'd like to see in this group and spread the word! We’re keen to create a growing community of iPrimary and iLowerSecondary teachers in a space where we can share information and help each other.
We look forward to getting to know you all through this group.
Best wishes,
Lisa and Mary



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