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Give your input and help create the right maths resources for international schools

We’re redesigning our KS3 Maths Progress resources, specifically for international schools and those teaching iGCSE exams. Can you spare a few minutes to help us?

Teachers like you have told us that they love our KS3 Maths Progress resources for 11-14 maths, but we know there are some things we could improve to make them more suitable for international schools and schools teaching iGCSE maths.

We’re working on updating these resources especially for these schools, and we’d love to get your feedback on what we should change and what we should keep the same. It’s really important to us that we get feedback from you, so we can make sure we’re creating the best resources possible for you and your students.

We’ve created a short survey which should only take about 10 minutes to complete – we’d be really grateful if you could fill it in before Tuesday 26th March. Alternatively, if you’d be willing to chat to us in more detail about our plans and your ideas for what we should do, feel free to email me at rebecca.tate@pearson.com. I’d love to arrange a video call or phone call to get your thoughts!

Please follow this link to access the survey.

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About the author

Rebecca Tate is a Product Manager in the Pearson’s Secondary Maths team.

Take a look at the KS3 Maths Progress Resources 
 

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