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Transform teaching with Pearson’s budget-friendly teaching resource

January 12, 2024, 15:30 GMT+1
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Transform teaching with Pearson’s budget-friendly teaching resource
  • Learn how the award-winning Primary Interactive Library can help you engage your pupils...
Transform teaching with Pearson’s budget-friendly teaching resource

We know that keeping children’s attention is more difficult than ever before. That’s why our Primary Interactive Library is home to over 5,000 fun, high-quality interactives and resources for you to use with your pupils, more than any other interactive content provider.

We’re putting the fun into learning, from grasping commas with King Hopper VIII to exploring decimals with Termite Tumble, your pupils can discover a range of topics in new and exciting ways.

Why choose the Primary Interactive Library?

High-quality interactives, designed for flexibility
Powered by ActiveLearn Primary, it’s home to more high-quality interactives than any other interactive content provider to keep children motivated and engaged for longer.

The resources can be used in and out of the classroom for whole-class teaching, homework, assessment and intervention.

Easy to allocate
All our resources are easy to allocate via our tried-and-tested Pupil World, clearly linked to the National Curriculum, and a range return scores so you can see how your pupils have got on.

Based on teacher feedback
Teacher feedback is at the heart of everything we do, so we carried out extensive prototyping and customer research in the run up to launch to make sure we created something that truly meets your needs.

Teachers are already loving the Primary Interactive Library, and we spoke to those currently using it:

“It is engaging, and interesting for the learners. It can be a useful formative assessment tool for learning. They can be differentiated.”
Laura, Year 2 teacher

“The games allow children to practise specific skills taught in the lesson while not feeling like they’re learning.”Liz, Year 2 teacher

Explore further reviews from teachers here.

We also spoke with Ashley Bates, an award-winning primary school teacher, actor and presenter. He stated:

“The children thoroughly enjoyed the activities that I incorporated into the lessons and even requested that we came back to certain games the week after playing them. A memorable lesson is always a good one!

“Overall, a great time-saving resource which can support any classroom and can help you deliver a well-rounded lesson.”

Find out more about what the experts think here.

You can take advantage of our exciting and very affordable early-bird offer – only £250 for the first year, which gives access for your whole school!*

It’s award-winning!
We’re delighted that the Primary Interactive Library won the 2023 Teach Primary Award in the Foundation Subject Innovation category.

Here’s what Kate Penarski of the judging panel had to say:

“The extensive library of resources is easy to access and is carefully aligned to all National Curriculum objectives. It offers plentiful opportunities for collaborative learning, interactive learning and enhances the home learning offer.

“The content is engaging and stimulating for pupils and truly gives a great opportunity for pupils to be immersed in rich content which is enjoyable and fun.

“It’s an excellent resource to support teacher workload, drive a high quality of teaching and learning, and engage all ages of pupils.”
Kate Penarski, St John’s C of E Primary School (judging panel)

Interested? You can buy the Primary Interactive Library straight away to claim our early-bird offer of £250*, or you can take a 30-day free trial.

*Our early-bird offer allows you to purchase the Primary Interactive Library for £250 for your first year, which gets you access for your whole school. Your renewal price will be £300.