When teachers browse resources on Tes, we want to ensure the best quality materials are the ones they see first. For this reason we launched a consultation on quality at the start of January with our users and authors. We’ve now had more than a thousand responses to our polls, online forum chats and webinars - which, encouragingly, show that our users want to see these changes too. There are plenty of incredibly high-quality lesson materials on Tes, which is why millions of teachers visit each month. We just want to get better at ensuring that it’s those resources that rise to the top, and that we’re stricter with the tiny minority of uploaders whose work is less helpful to teachers. So, we’re introducing: A new code of practice for authors Tougher takedown procedures Changes to our royalty tiers Improvements to the resources search and browse experience A review of our resource feedback systems These changes are just the beginning. Some will come into effect immediately, while others will be added later this year or developed through further experimentation. Read our blog post for more information and take part in the discussion below.