This post was valid from 13 March 2020 - 26 July 2020. Please read the updated announcement here. From today, all coronavirus-related teaching resources must be shared for free. The novel coronavius is causing heightened stress and anxiety to those working in the education sector. Uncertainty around school closures as well as other effects on public places mean that teachers are looking to prepare their classes for all scenarios such as school closure, remote teaching and self guided learning. We are therefore inviting you, our author community, to contribute your resources to help teachers in need. As you may already be aware, Tes is looking to aid educators free of charge and we therefore request that all your coronavirus-related resources are shared for free. This means that using title or description terms such as 'coronavirus' and 'covid-19' will require your resource to be shared for free. Resources found to infringe upon this decision will be removed from the marketplace. Tes have put together a helpful coronavirus hub to aid teachers in this time of need, highlighting information and teaching resources specially made for these trying conditions. Read more about our decision here.