At Pearson, we are committed to making education inclusive and accessible to all learners regardless of their gender, race, ethnicity, identity, educational needs or language requirements. This is at the heart of everything we do.
Diversity and inclusion in History
We believe that the History curriculum should be representative and inclusive of all learners, and reflect the ways that Britain has been shaped by its interactions with the wider world.
In June this year, we kicked off our Share a Read campaign to encourage more people to pick up a book and feel the benefits of reading for pleasure. We wanted you to discover new books and share the joy of reading them with everyone.