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iPrimary and iLowerSecondary video tours

What is it like to teach iPrimary and iLowerSecondary? Take a tour!

Resources include Teacher's Guides, Lesson Plans and Curriculum documents
Resources include Teacher's Guides, Lesson Plans and Curriculum documents
6 Dec 2018
Written by Lisa Wallman
Career Lounge
Hundreds of schools across the world started teaching Pearson Edexcel iPrimary and iLowerSecondary in September 2018 and they're particularly enjoying the lesson plans and resources that accompany the programmes. Southlands International School in Rome told us what they value about these resources:

"What we want from adopting an external curriculum is a consistent line that keeps everyone teaching the same things throughout the year and from year to year."

Take a look at our iPrimary Active Learn Tour:


Take a look at our iLowerSecondary Active Learn Tour:


To start teaching iPrimary and iLowerSecondary please contact our customer services team.

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