The Pearson Student Diversity Ambassador Programme
This programme provides a diverse group of young people with the opportunity to have their voices heard and work together with Pearson to help shape the future of education. The programme is designed to help Student Ambassadors develop their skills and actively prepare for their careers and futures.
Global Accessibility Awareness Day will strike an especially deep chord for many involved in SEN education. During months of challenges induced by the pandemic, many SEN learners across the country were confronted with extra layers of accessibility issues, facing disruption to the stable, supported and often specialist environment offered to them.
In this blog we share the lessons we’ve learned and how we can use this awareness to improve accessibility in the long-term for all pupils.
Succeeding with SEND is an exclusive series of insightful conversations between Special Education Needs and Disability (SEND) students and experts, exploring the students' personal journey to diagnosis as well as the support they received to enable them to succeed throughout their education.
British Sign Language time with Action on Hearing Loss
Pearson are proud to support Action on Hearing Loss's #BSLtime campaign! Originally released during Deaf Awareness week, Action on Hearing Loss worked with the UK’s best known sign song performer to produce a series of fun and educational short videos teaching the basics of British Sign Language (BSL).
Some candidates may have special needs during their examinations. In such cases, centres can apply for special requirements on their behalf.
In cases where candidates' performance may be affected by unforeseen circumstances outside their control, special requirement arrangements can be made for AEA, A level, GCSE, ELC, Functional Skills, PLSC, Edexcel Award and BTEC Qualifications.