Racial and cultural equality

Teaching and learning resources

Qualifications and assessments

The Black Curriculum

We worked with The Black Curriculum to address racial inequality in classrooms, and help increase Black British history being taught in schools.

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GCSE (9-1) Drama qualification

As part of our continued commitment to diversity and inclusion, we added four new performance texts to ensure that the choice for teachers is broader and more representative. 

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2024 Pearson Edexcel GCSE French, German and Spanish

Built on a foundation of inclusivity, accessibility and transparency, we’ve created qualifications that take a student-centred approach and cater to the needs of all learners.

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Our Lit in Colour Partnership

We hope to encourage schools to make the switch to a more diverse English Literature curriculum through the Lit in Colour Pioneers Programme.

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Pearson Edexcel GCSEs - Migration thematic study

We’ve added a new Migration topic (Migrants in Britain, c800-present and Notting Hill, c1948-c1970) to our current Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) History specification. 

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Multicultural Apprenticeship Awards 2023 a Pathway Group initiative in partnership with Pearson

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The Multicultural Apprenticeship Awards aims to showcase talent and diversity within multicultural communities through the celebration of those working hard to overcome adversity to achieve their goals through apprenticeships. 

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Latest blogs

  • Grime Opera: A Musical Synthesis

    A False Binary 

    Grime is a style of British rap music that emerged from the UK Garage scene during the early 2000s. The genre is defined by complex syncopated raps over fast beats, initially made famous by a generation of East London artists such as Wiley and Dizzie Rascal, and more recently, revived by the likes of Stormzy, who became the first British black solo artist to headline Glastonbury in 2019. On paper, Grime is perhaps not the natural bedfellow of Classical music. Grime Opera strives to challenge this assumption, uniting young people from a diverse range of backgrounds in pursuit of an authentic musical experience.