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Invite schools to try out Teach Active

Invite schools to try out Teach Active and earn rewards

Schools love Teach Active so much they often tell a teacher friend or colleague from another school – thank you!

Well we thought we would celebrate this ‘word of mouth’ and thank you all

So if you refer a friend to Teach Active you will both receive £75 off your Teach Active subscription!

How It Works

1
Invite other schools to sign up for Teach Active and we’ll give your school a £75 discount off your Teach Active resubscription.

2
You can refer up to 5 schools every year.

For every school you refer each school will recieve a £75 discount of their first Teach Active subscription.

3
Your discount will be applied to your next resubscription.

Eligibility

As a Teach Active customer, you can... refer multiple schools — up to 5 new schools every year from the start of the school year in September. The limit resets on the first day of the school year. 

By providing us with schools email address, you confirm that you have obtained their consent. Please note that this email address will be used by Teach Active for the sole purpose of the referral and follow up.

You can’t refer your own school.

Your £75 discount will be applied to your re-subscription by our team when your school wishes to re-subscribe.

Use our email template to send to your referred schools.

Referred schools can...

Get in touch with Teach Active here and mention your school name to recieve their £75 discount.

Our team will set up the subscription and apply the discount.

About the discount

The £75 discount can’t be exchanged, transferred, redeemed, replaced or refunded for proper cash. 

It lasts for 3 months without a purchase.

Can’t be transferred from school to school.

Will be applied after the subscription has been confirmed by our team.

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