SEND and accessibility

At Pearson we celebrate differences.

We strive to remove barriers for learners, creating equitable experiences for those with diverse needs, including disabilities, neurodiversity, and varied communication and language needs.

Teaching and learning resources

British Sign Language Time

British Sign Language Time

Action on Hearing Loss worked with the UK’s best known sign song performer to produce a series of fun and educational videos teaching the basics of British Sign Language.

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Succeeding with SEND

Succeeding with SEND

Explore the journeys of SEND students in an exclusive series, delving into diagnosis and the support they received to enable them to succeed throughout their education.

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Nasen's free membership

A charitable membership organisation that exists to support and champion those working with, and for, children and young people with SEND and learning differences.

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What does inclusion mean to you?

What does inclusion mean to you?

"Everyone's achieving at their own pace, in their own way. Being accepted, no matter what."

We asked teachers and students what inclusion means to them.

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Explore our intervention, SEN and assessment products to support primary and secondary aged learners.

Qualifications and assessments


Our qualifications are designed to be accessible for all learners. See some examples of how we’re changing them to reflect the diverse range of backgrounds and learning styles of students today.

GCSE English Language 2.0 GCSE Maths GCSE French, German and Spanish 2024

Onscreen assessment

We’re working alongside the education community to harness technology where it can positively impact schools' and students' assessment experiences.  

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Exam special requirements

Some candidates may have special needs during their examinations. In such cases, centres can apply for special requirements on their behalf. 

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Clinical assessment

Discover our range of resources and assessments that can help support children and young adults with their mental health or Special Educational Needs. 

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Mental health and wellbeing

Packed with resources suitable for teachers, parents and young people. You’ll be able to find resources from advice on coping with anxiety to fun activities to support wellbeing. 

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Latest blogs

  • Diversity and inclusion in Maths with Hannah Fry

    Five ways to challenge data bias and support representation in Maths - Professor Hannah Fry on #DiversityInData

    Hot on the heels of her #DiversityinData webinar, run in partnership with Pearson, Professor Hannah Fry reflects on her top five takeaways to support teachers and educators in challenging data bias and supporting diversity and inclusion in Maths. 
    Professor Fry is a leading mathematician, best-selling author, award-winning presenter, and Professor in the Mathematics of Cities at the UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis. The webinar, attended by hundreds of teachers and educators on 30 November, explored the power of numbers and ethics within research and data collection. In addition, it explored gender inequality in STEM and ways to remove bias to ensure fair results.

  • Words last a lifetime’ Alison Kriel on Broadening the Curriculum

    On the 11th November, in a Pearson webinar, former Headteacher and specialist speaker on anti-racism, Alison Kriel, shared her views about ‘broadening the curriculum’, opening up conversations about identity, race and inclusion with the audience. Here, Alison reflects on key points for teachers to consider – starting with the incredible power of words.