April 2015: Here is the blogpost about TMLondon 1.4.15 and the footage:


“This could simply be, the greatest teacher-led CPD event, ever!”

TeachMeet London



Quintin Kynaston.

(There is no parking. Nearest tube; St Johns Wood.)


Wednesday 1st April 2015




Tickets Please!

Click the image below to book your ticket.

#TMLondon tickets – click the image

Next batch released on Saturday 7th March 2015 9am



If you would like to present, sign up below by adding your name, Twitter handle and the topic you would like to talk about. Choose a 3 or 6 minute slot and promise that you will only talk about the work you do in the classroom. You must be a teacher if you wish to present, but we welcome educators from all sectors to attend. If presenters talk for too long, a cuddly toy will be thrown at their heads (it’s tradition)! This ensures the audience are never bored …

Presenter requests will automatically contact a TeachMeet London host and we will confirm details with you before mid-March; following this, we will add you to the list below.


Presentation rules:

  • You MUST be a teacher in the classroom!
  • You CANNOT pitch any products for sale!
  • You can use whatever presentation format you want to.
  • The important point, is that you get your message across in the time allocated to you.
  • If your presentation is online please share links to your presentation before or after the event.




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Do NOT sign up to present; if you have NOT registered for a ticket!

Speaker request:


What is #TMLondon?

A TeachMeet is an informal gathering of educators who are taking CPD into their own hands. A TeachMeet is organised for those who want to listen to inspiring teachers who do amazing things in their classrooms every day.

Why attend?

Learn something new, be amazed, amused and inspired! Anyone can share interesting, useful or innovative ideas in a 3 or 6 minute presentations. Presentations can be on any educational topic and about subjects, innovation, strategy or day-to-day work across the curriculum. It really is the best CPD there is and it’s free!

How does it work?

You can simply turn up and watch the presentations, or get involved from home by following the online discussion on Twitter, using the #TMLondon hashtag.

TeachMeet London Facebook



30 thoughts on “#TMLondon

  1. @aknill 7 minutes on #SOLO a way to consider progress – dependent on reception at #TMEssex 19/11.

    Posted by mishmashlearning | October 18, 2012, 10:12 PM
  2. Apologies not able to be there please remove me from speaker slot – if you want to hear me – #TMEssex on 19/11.

    Posted by mishmashlearning | October 20, 2012, 3:35 PM
  3. Ross, its Rachel from The Urswick School! I’ll see you on the 11th!

    Posted by Rachel Kelly | October 24, 2012, 5:21 PM
  4. Hello! Sorry to miss this, will be following tomorrow!

    Looking out for more details on the Walthamstow one…

    Posted by Rebecca Stacey (@bekblayton) | December 10, 2012, 6:51 PM
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  6. Hi, Inhave just booked a lower deck ticket. Does this mean I have signed up for primary slots? If so, I need to unsign up! Thanks, Victoria

    Posted by Victoria | February 16, 2014, 9:26 AM
  7. Interested in sponsoring the event. Could we have some more information?

    Posted by Jon Coy | February 17, 2014, 8:44 PM
  8. There’s lots of colleagues from TeachAldenham who want to attend. Is there any way to prebook early bird tickets if we aren’t able to get to a computer/electronic device on Saturday?

    Posted by TeachAldenham | January 22, 2015, 9:23 PM


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