Creating a Community of Support

As we navigate new ways of working and providing support within our organisations, and to our teams and families, we have all seen how fostering a sense of community and sharing knowledge can help. With this in mind, we have put together a list of free resources, posts and videos written by our amazing communities across Pearson. We hope these provide some insight, distraction and assistance.

Why not be part of our discussions online and share your knowledge.

Pearson’s Mindfulness Lead, Ashley Lodge, and his co-teacher Lisa Wren provide a range of webinars, audio sessions and guides to practicing mindfulness, which can help rewire the brain to work in calmer and more positive ways.

If you require support for teaching and learning during school closure, Pearson Schools are providing free access to some of their digital revision resources, which can be accessed in school or at home.

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Help your learners focus on the future with Pearson’s career quiz.

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Aimed at work-based learners, Pearson is partnering with Early Education (the British Association for Early Childhood Education) to provide free access to its resources for tutors and learners whose learning has been affected.

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Pearson ELT have a series of webinars to help teachers to inspire and engage learners, and learners to progress in online and self-study environments. Sessions include:
  • Distance teaching and learning: useful tips for making it work – With Dr Ken Beatty
  • Digital solutions for online learning – With Christina M. Cavage

Join these on-demand sessions >>

From free homeschool timetables and direct access to the ActiveLearn primary website. To getting started with The Maths Factor and How to Teach guides (inc sections on wellbeing).

Pearson Primary have you covered >>

Watch our series of TalentLens in Focus videos – as we tackle some of the questions about psychometrics we are often asked.

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Share your thoughts – if there’s a particular topic you need support with, or you have an idea for supporting others. Contact us to see how we can continue to build a community that works together.