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Together with schools and families, we’re working to enhance every learning journey.

We believe in helping every single learner to achieve their potential in their lives, regardless of their background, ability or learning style. ​

That’s why we offer more qualifications, learning routes, support and best-in-class resources for students and teachers than any other learning company.

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Pearson National Teaching Awards 2024

Pearson National Teaching Awards

Entries for the 2024 awards are now open! We’re incredibly proud to be the headline sponsor of these awards, highlighting the fantastic impact of educators across the UK.

Join us in celebrating the 2023 winners on BBC One's The One Show from November 20th to 24th!

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Introducing ActiveHub

ActiveHub is the next step in digital teaching and learning, bringing together assessment, rich data insights and next generation independent intervention practice to give you the tools you need to help your students reach their full potential. Driven by insights, ActiveHub provides everything on one platform for a powerful online learning experience, anytime, anywhere.

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The Future of Design Education

Over the past few months, we have been working with educators and organisations to drive forward fundamental change to design education in schools.

Starting with an ambitous call to action for the future of design education, we have since collaborated with teachers, industry partners and organisations to evolve our thinking, and have recently shared our vision for a curriculum focused towards Responsible Design and Innovation.

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Continue to teach BTEC with confidence

The wait is over! The NEW BTEC Level 3 National (AAQ) and the NEW Level 3 Technical qualifications draft specifications are now live!

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What's next for BTEC Level 3?

Let us introduce you to the new BTEC Level 3 Nationals. These events are your opportunity to get a first look at the new specification, assessments and support.

These qualifications are for first teach September 2025, DfE funding and approval will be confirmed in July 2024.

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2024 Pearson Edexcel GCSE French, German and Spanish Qualifications

The new, 2024 Pearson Edexcel GCSE French, German and Spanish Qualifications are here! Our qualifications focus on building communication confidence and cultural understanding from a foundation of strong vocabulary knowledge to broaden students’ perspectives and opportunities.

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Pearson Tutoring

Pearson Tutoring provides sessions with UK qualified teachers for a range of subjects from KS3 to KS5. These small group sessions provide a tailored learning experience that will allow your students to gain a deeper understanding in topic areas as well as revision support, that will enable them to reach their full potential.

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Leading the way in diversity

We’re proud to be leading the way in diversifying the English curriculum.

A truly diverse curriculum is about more than just the texts on a specification. Which is why, for the past three years, we’ve been working with schools, publishers, and academics to make a real difference.

Our work in classrooms and education communities across the country is underpinned by three core beliefs. These beliefs lay the foundations for not only what we have already done in supporting schools with successfully diversifying the curriculum, but what we’ll continue to do.

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Recent news and blog posts

  • Closing the gender gap in Design Engineering Education – lessons from HE

    As of March 2022, women made up 16.5% of all engineers in the UK, compared to the 10.5% reported in 20101. While we may be tempted to say the jump from 1 in 10 engineers being women to 1 in 7 shows progress, these figures still reflect the fact that the number of female engineering students persistently sits below 20% in higher education (HE). Much has been written about the myriad ways in which people have tried to address this issue and yet stubbornly these statistics – and their impact upon minority groups – prevails.

Policy Watch

  • Highlights of the week ending 31 March

    There has been a lot going on this week, with publications and data drops as the government approaches the Easter recess. This included a policy paper from DfE on AI in education, schools capital announcements, and support for disadvantaged pupils (more in Top Stories). 

  • Highlights of the week ending 24 March

    This week the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER)  published a new report revealing that the number of teacher vacancies posted by schools was 93% higher in the academic year up to February 2023, than at the same point in the year before the pandemic. The report calls for a long-term strategy on teacher pay to halt what it describes as a growing workforce crisis, as figures indicate that the initial teacher training (ITT) recruitment target is likely to be missed again.

  • Highlights of the week ending 17 March

    This week the Chancellor delivered his first full Budget, with a number of announcements around education and skills. This included the establishment of ‘returnerships’, a new offer promoting existing skills interventions to the over-50s; the enhancement of the existing Mid-life MOT strategy, which covers careers guidance; the delivery of 12 new investment zones which will have access to funding for skills and apprenticeships; investment in childcare; and increased devolution to Greater Manchester and the West Midlands. Following the Budget, the Government published details of the new ‘trailblazer deeper devolution deals’ for Greater Manchester and the West Midlands