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  • You join a highly respected national and international community of psychology teachers with opportunities to network and collaborate
  • Support and practical help, especially if you are the only psychology teacher in your institution
  • Outstanding CPD in the form of an annual conference and occasional one-day events.
  • Advice about professional matters such as gaining QTS
  • Good ideas to help you to deliver ‘outstanding’ lessons
  • Advice on issues relating to psychology specifications and the examining process
  • A high quality magazine, ‘ATP Today’, three times a year
  • A platform for having your say on issues relating to teaching and learning, including influencing government policy-making
  • ATP members and their students are eligible for a 50% discount on e-subscriber membership of the BPS
Why join?
You can now join instantly online with your debit or credit card by clicking the join online link to the right or by clicking the standing order form button to download a standing order mandate.

Please also complete the data collection form and email to us at
if you wish to pay via standing order.

Already a member? Recommend a friend!  If you recommend us to a friend or colleague, please email us at to let us know.  Direct your friend or colleague to the website in order to join. When they join, we will then send you a £10 Amazon voucher as a thank you.
Joining Instructions
Joining the ATP will enable you to join a thriving community of psychology teachers.  This will enable you to access all the services that the ATP offers its members.  You will be able to communicate with them via this website and access all the resources that it contains. All this for an annual subscription of only £25 per year.
Full  Membership
If you are a student teacher of psychology and studying for your PGCE or other relevant (unwaged) qualification then you can join for the first year at a discount price of £10 (£25 per annum thereafter). Please let us know the name of institution at which you are studying. 
Student Membership
In the Classroom
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