About Us

Hodder Gibson is the leading educational publisher in Scotland. We publish the widest range of resources for secondary schools, from textbooks and innovative eBooks to study and revision materials, supporting students and teachers through BGE (S1–S3), National 4, National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher.

We also provide teacher CPD and student revision events, with face-to-face full-day events in Scotland and convenient 90-minute, after-school webinars that can be accessed online from any location.

Founded in 1880 by Robert Gibson, the company became part of Hodder in 2002, joining an existing list of popular Scottish textbooks by authors such as Jim Torrance and Ian Geddes (originally published by Edward Arnold until 1987).

Today, Hodder Gibson still operates from a small office in Edinburgh, with a dedicated team working on Hodder Gibson and TeeJay Maths resources.

TeeJay Maths LogoTeeJay Maths is Scotland’s No. 1 Maths publisher, providing the only unified set of Maths resources that takes pupils from Primary 1 through to Secondary 6. The books are enhanced by corresponding Homework, Assessment and Mental Maths packs and free course planners, providing full support for teachers and pupils alike.

TeeJay was founded in 1994 by brothers Tom and John Strang (the T and J in TeeJay!) and became part of the Hodder Gibson family in 2019.

You can find out more about TeeJay here.

RS Assessment from Hodder EducationRS Assessment from Hodder Education offers a wide range of print and digital assessments, from standardised maths and reading tests that help to benchmark performance to SEN tools that help to identify learning and behavioural difficulties. Bringing together a dedicated team of authors, subject experts, teachers and editors across the Hodder Education Group, our assessments accurately track progress, support teacher judgements and inform future teaching and learning. 

Discover our range of assessments including award winning SEN tool SNAP, popular maths test MaLT (for ages 5-14) and our latest termly reading assessment PiRA for Scotland, designed specifically for primary schools in Scotland.