As part of supporting every learning journey and innovating for the future, we’ve just launched our first Pearson School Report. It reveals what more than 6,500 teachers in England and sector experts think about education in 2022, as well as their challenges and hopes for the future.
Whether it’s educators taking steps to be more sustainable or creating curricula with wellbeing and life skills at their core, the findings offer plenty to discuss when it comes to schools today and tomorrow.
UCAS, in collaboration with Pearson, publishes a piece of research which provides new insight into disabled students in education, and for the first time, examines each impairment category and how disability intersects with other personal characteristics to understand the patterns and preferences – and whether there are hidden challenges. The report explores both disabled students' experiences of education to date and their excitements and worries about progressing to higher education.
Schools across the UK have told us they’re navigating the impact of COVID-19 on education by focusing on building students’ knowledge, skills, confidence and wellbeing in readiness for their next steps.
As each learning journey is different, we offer a wide range of tools, resources and support you can use at every stage. From differentiated whole-class programmes and wellbeing services to targeted practice, intervention, tutoring and revision, there’s plenty to help your students make progress at their pace and in the ways that work best for them.
Online learning: positives, challenges, and the future
COVID-19 has driven a step change in digital innovation in education, but where does its future now lie? Our latest research with Teacher Tapp reveals educators’ thoughts on the benefits of online learning during the pandemic, the challenges to overcome and what the future could look like.
Education is evolving. Our digital services are too. Recent events, the latest research and technological possibilities are transforming the teaching and learning experience. That’s why we’re working with you to shape the next generation of online services that meet your school or academy trust's needs now and in future.
ActiveHub harnesses insights, resources and assessments, using technology to connect and personalise teaching and learning wherever and whenever it happens.
We provide a variety podcasts across English, Science and Extended Curriculum. Explore the range we offer and listen to inspiring speakers and experts in the fields, who are helping to stimulate the important conversations within each subject.
At Pearson, we believe everyone can make progress in their lives through learning and we understand that every student has their own unique learning style. We offer a range of support and tools to help you navigate the journey each student will take, whatever their pathway. From curriculum support and progress tracking, to nurturing wellbeing and supporting every student to flourish, we make sure you have the support you need, so you can be there for the moments that matter.
Our Making Waves: Building a better future for assessment report; developed in collaboration with the Centre for Education and Youth, puts the spotlight on the people #MakingWaves in assessment, with a view to empower teachers to tailor their assessment practices to their subject, pupils and context.
Captain Louise Sara is a Fleet Captain and Director of Maritime Standards for a large cruise and travel company. In this personal post for Pearson, she shares her journey to captaincy, using maths to navigate the way.
Policy Watch is a regular policy briefing and updating service that keeps you up to date with the latest developments in the world of education. It's presented in a simple, accessible format with weekly updates, monthly summaries and associated papers and presentations.