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Published: 12/01/2021


Pearson

Wherever learning happens, we're here to help...
 
Learners, teachers and families are at the heart of everything we do at Pearson, and we are fully committed to helping schools manage the ongoing impact of COVID-19, and to keep learning going throughout 2021.
 
Find out more about our guidance, and resources for managing the ongoing impact of COVID-19 below.
 
Remote teaching and learning
 
Online learning with ActiveLearn
To support teaching and learning remotely during school closures, we’re offering 30-day free trial access to ActiveLearn Primary and ActiveLearn Secondary.
 
Providing onscreen content, allocatable homework tasks and more, ActiveLearn supports you with personalised teaching and learning experiences in and out of the classroom. It's suitable for use and screensharing with popular video conferencing tools, and we're continuing to add new features and integrations to enhance the experience of using ActiveLearn alongside Microsoft Teams for Education and Google Classroom.
 
 
 
Online support hub
Our remote teaching and learning hub has a bank of resources to support you in providing a mix of on-site, blended and remote education. It includes: 
 
  • free online GCSE English, Maths and Science lessons suitable for all awarding bodies
  • top tips and videos for getting started with online teaching and learning from teachers and experts across the world
  • more details on our brand-new Teaching for Impact Online and Safeguarding courses via the Pearson Professional Development Academy
 
Home learning support for parents
For parents looking for resources to support learning from home we have a free 21-day trial of our much-loved The Maths Factor available for Year 7 pupils as well as Years 1-6. 
 
Parents can also check out our home phonics reading packs, plus free guides and advice for learning from home. 
 
 
Mental health and wellbeing
Feeling concerned or worried is natural when we encounter difficult or unsettling times. Discover Pearson’s mental health and wellbeing support page to find advice and activities for coping with anxiety.
 
Learn more about the support available
Simply fill out this short online form to receive email updates about our support, or to have a conversation with our dedicated team about the specific needs in your school or trust.

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Kevin McGowan
Kevin McGowan
Home school learning
Posted on 27th March 2020

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