Our digital learning solutions for schools are also created and delivered in partnership with Multi Academy Trusts (MATs) and other leading stakeholders in education.

 

Our MAT partner programmes began as a rapid response to the educational challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic, helping schools cope with the huge challenge they faced.

With online and blended learning ever more vital to education as we move forward, the scope of similar, predominantly online learning resources is virtually unlimited.

 

If you are a MAT and would like to discuss ways in which you can help pupils maximise their potential through innovative ways to learn, please contact us.

Created by specialists, freely distributed to all

Sharing and collaboration are key principles behind our MAT partnerships. For the MAT programmes created to date, all content was made freely available to all schools across the UK.

As a result, schools and pupils everywhere had timely access to vital educational content. In addition, teachers saved huge amounts of time they would otherwise have needed to spend creating their own online content.

Two examples, countless possibilities

In the case of our Year 7–10 remote curriculum (SupportUKSchools initiative) this ensured continuity of education and safeguarding.

With our Year 6 transition programme, we helped pupils with the transition from primary to secondary education, just as our employability skills programme helps pupils to take their next step in life after school.

Wherever schools and trusts need innovative ways to help pupils achieve more or overcome obstacles, we’re here to help.

SupportUKSchools: Year 7–10 remote curriculum

In a rapid response to the Covid-19 crisis, we mobilised our free, online, interactive learning platform to offer all UK secondary schools fast, free access to a high quality remote curriculum.

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Be ready to be remarkable: Year 6 transition programme

Our free online learning resource supported Year 6 pupils ahead of their step up to secondary school, at a time when physical introductory visits by feeder primary schools were not possible.

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Love this and love BeReady. In this uncertain time we should definitely be helping each other out and collaborating. Team work across the country. Thank you.

Head of Careers & Assistant Head of Sixth Form