Terms of Service
Your subscription to Ten Ten Resources is licensed to the school/organisation (the “Organisation”) credited on this account, not to the individual teacher. Resources within the subscription may not be shared with another person outside of the Organisation in any circumstances. This includes schools within the same academy trust, or a member of staff working in multiple schools, including Executive Headteachers.
As a subscribing school, every member of the teaching staff employed by the school is permitted to have a unique username and login access. Permitted will be granted by the Account Administrator for your Organisation.
A user is licensed to use the materials only for the service of the Organisation. A user is not licensed to use the material within another parish, school or other private / public setting. It is the responsibility of the Organisation to ensure that all users under its subscription are aware of, and abide by this restriction.
Up to three members of staff per subscribing school are permitted “Super User” Access. A Super User will have access to all resources within the subscription including materials specifically aimed at senior leaders. All other members of staff will be Standard Users. Although Ten Ten reserves the right to limit the number of Super Users per subscribing school, requests for additional Super Users will not be unreasonably refused.
Should a member of staff leave during the subscribing period, he/she must inform the Account Administrator and the Account Administrator is obliged to remove the user from the account with immediate effect. Should a member of staff continue to access the resources after leaving the employment of the Organisation, then access to the site for the entire Organisation will be revoked until the matter is resolved.
The resources can and should be accessed via the Ten Ten website, and the website should be viewed as the primary database for all resources. An Organisation may make PDF material available on its internal intranet.
The school may not publish in whole or in part any material provided by Ten Ten on the Internet (for example, the school website) or on social media (for example, Twitter).
Under no circumstances may an Organisation or any its users attempt to download video content that is streamed online and/or make it available to use outside the host website.
All material delivered as part of Ten Ten Resources is the copyright of Ten Ten, unless otherwise stated. All rights reserved. This material may only be used by a school or organisation with an active subscription licence. The licensee has the right to print and photocopy the material for internal purposes only. No person may distribute the material by electronic, digital or physical means to any organisation or individual outside of the licensed organisation. The material may not be used, in part or full, by an unlicensed person, school or organisation. By “material”, we mean images, videos, film, sound, music, text, intellectual property and any other form of content or ideas which have been created by Ten Ten Resources.