About

The aim of the TEFL Toolkit is to re-imagine the traditional and bring some refreshingly new ideas into your classroom. Let’s be honest, there’s tons of great stuff out there for teachers. The internet has proved a great place to share ideas and find resources. The only problem is that there is no consistency and whilst sound as educational tools, lots of things (although not all) leave a lot to be desired, especially when it comes to their design.

We are committed to providing solid gifts, tools, games and resources that have been tried and tested in real classrooms, whilst being well designed and properly thought out. We hope you agree that what we offer is not run-of-the-mill. Our posters, for example, each come with some suggested activities that teachers can use with their class – turning them from a static piece of wall art into a dynamic teaching tool. 

So have a look around and see what takes your fancy. We hope that you join us and build your own TEFL toolkit so that we can all start to think about things a little differently.

  • Teaching at Summer Schools: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

    Teaching at Summer Schools: The Good, The Bad a...

    It is that time of year when Summer Schools offering English courses in Britain start advertising for teachers. TEFL and ESOL teachers will be considering whether to return to a...

    Teaching at Summer Schools: The Good, The Bad a...

    It is that time of year when Summer Schools offering English courses in Britain start advertising for teachers. TEFL and ESOL teachers will be considering whether to return to a...

  • Exploring House and Home | Activities for the EFL Classroom

    Exploring House and Home | Activities for the E...

    The theme of ‘house and home’ provides many possibilities for TEFOL and ESOL teachers to interest and engage their English Language students. It is a theme the students are usually...

    Exploring House and Home | Activities for the E...

    The theme of ‘house and home’ provides many possibilities for TEFOL and ESOL teachers to interest and engage their English Language students. It is a theme the students are usually...

  • What has just happened?

    What has just happened?

    Using the present perfect for news of recent events Perhaps you have just found this website. In that case, you have just started reading this article. Maybe you have only...

    What has just happened?

    Using the present perfect for news of recent events Perhaps you have just found this website. In that case, you have just started reading this article. Maybe you have only...

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