At Pearson we are closely monitoring the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19). As the situation unfolds, we remain committed to minimising disruption and supporting schools to ensure learning can continue during this period of uncertainty.  
Learners, teachers and families are at the heart of everything we do and we aim to provide you with as much support as possible, so you can continue with your teaching, learning and exam preparation.
With this in mind, we are providing you with resources and tools to keep learning going in the best way possible over the coming weeks, and we’re working hard to provide you with the latest information and free access to high quality teaching and learning resources.  
We’ll be updating you regularly with more helpful resources and support over the coming days so please do check back to this page regularly.
 
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Supporting international schools during Coronavirus (COVID-19)

At Pearson we are closely monitoring the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19). As the situation unfolds, we remain committed to minimising disruption and supporting schools to ensure learning can continue during this period of uncertainty.  

Learners, teachers and families are at the heart of everything we do and we aim to provide you with as much support as possible, so you can continue with your teaching, learning and exam preparation.

With this in mind, we are providing you with resources and tools to keep learning going in the best way possible over the coming weeks, and we’re working hard to provide you with the latest information and free access to high quality teaching and learning resources.  

Online learning

To help support you through the challenges presented by COVID-19, we're providing:

  • Tools, training and tips on teaching and learning online.
  • Free access to our primary and secondary ActiveLearn platforms and resources to keep your students learning online in a wide range of subjects - including access to hundreds of eBooks for primary children’s reading.
  • Free access to all our International GCSE and International A level ActiveBooks and our latest International Baccalaureate Diploma eBooks until the end of June 2020.

Get Primary support

To help support you with online teaching and learning at this time, we are providing free access to our digital primary reading, maths, English and science curriculum programmes via our online ActiveLearn platform for you and your learners at home. 

You can access full programme overviews, front-of-class teaching resources, planning and assessment materials, and then allocate as much or as little curriculum content, including hundreds of eBooks and practice activities, to your learners to access at home.

Request access to primary resources

Get Secondary support

To help support you with online teaching and learning at this time, we are providing free access to our digital secondary KS3, International GCSE, International A level and International Baccalaureate Diploma ActiveBooks via our online ActiveLearn platform for you and your learners at home. 

Request access to secondary resources

Access International GCSE, International A Level and IB Diploma ActiveBooks

 
 

Support for teaching and learning online

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As thousands of international schools around the world close their doors due to coronavirus, we know many of you are now teaching remotely and we want to support you and your learners as much as we possibly can. We've put together some useful resources and top tips for getting started with distance learning and working remotely with learners.
 

See distance learning support

Qualifications updates for international centres

Covid Quals Update

Pearson teams around the world will do everything possible to ensure that teaching, learning and exam preparation can continue during this period of uncertainty, following guidance from governments and local authorities in the markets in which we operate.
We are monitoring the situation extremely closely. We understand the impact this situation is having, and our thoughts are with everyone affected.
 
 
As the Covid-19 outbreak has caused schools around the world to close, we've been working with you to support teaching and learning throughout this ever changing global situation. Our focus is on keeping everyone safe first and foremost, and on supporting students in all countries to achieve the qualifications they need to progress to universities around the world, further education and employment.
 

Read the latest updates

 

 

 

Mindfulness

 
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Pearson teams around the world will do everything possible to ensure that teaching, learning and exam preparation can continue during this period of uncertainty, following guidance from governments and local authorities in the markets in which we operate.
We are monitoring the situation extremely closely. We understand the impact this situation is having, and our thoughts are with everyone affected.
Practising mindfulness is useful for managing personal stress and anxiety in a difficult situation. To get you started, we've pulled together a number of resources to introduce mindfulness techniques that you and your learners can practise at home or in the virtual classroom.
 

See mindfulness support

 
 
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Pearson teams around the world will do everything possible to ensure that teaching, learning and exam preparation can continue during this period of uncertainty, following guidance from governments and local authorities in the markets in which we operate.
We are monitoring the situation extremely closely. We understand the impact this situation is having, and our thoughts are with everyone affected.

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Customer support

Visit our website for the most up-to-date information or get in touch with our customer services team.

If you have any unanswered questions or need to talk to us about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and the effect on your centre and students, you can call our hotline on +44 (0) 120 4770 696.

Pearson teams around the world will do everything possible to ensure that teaching, learning and exam preparation can continue during this period of uncertainty, following guidance from governments and local authorities in the markets in which we operate.
We are monitoring the situation extremely closely. We understand the impact this situation is having, and our thoughts are with everyone affected.