Independent schools

“It's like having an individual education plan for every child”

Lesley Wilson, Deputy Headteacher, Seaton House School

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What CENTURY does

  • icons_2.0_Identifies gaps in knowledge

    Identifies gaps in knowledge

  • icons_2.0_Pinpoints and addresses misconceptions

    Pinpoints and addresses misconceptions

  • icons_2.0_Personalises content

    Personalises content, questions and pathways for every learner

What CENTURY allows you to do

  • icons_2.0_Target interventions

    Target interventions with easy-to-use data

  • Support catch up on lost learning

  • icons_2.0_Access to 1000s of learning

    Access to 1,000s of learning resources

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Curriculum coverage

All our content is developed by our in-house team of teachers and aligns with the national curriculum. Download the curriculum map for an overview of subjects and topics.

Setup and training

We understand the challenges of introducing new technologies to your school. That’s why our dedicated team is here to help you get set up and work with your teachers to ensure you get the most out of what CENTURY offers.

Download our implementation guide PDF


Prep - from £2400 per year per school
Secondary - from £5000 per year per school

Subscription includes access to all resources, training and ongoing support. Costs vary according to school size, with multi-year and multi-school discounts available.

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The CENTURY platform learns all the time by reacting to each pupil’s performance and building a unique path for a particular pupil at any time. In this sense the platform is responsive in the way a good teacher is to each pupil’s performance. This is very reassuring for teachers. It also has the great benefit that it feeds both the pupil and the teacher very granular data about that pupil’s performance.

Jonnie Noakes, Director of Teaching and Learning

Eton College

News & Blog

How technology is helping preparatory schools to thrive

Headmaster Tom Rogerson and Director Of Studies Mike Waller share how technology is helping Cottesmore School’s culture of teaching and learning to thrive.

News & Blog

How Eton College uses technology to bolster traditional teaching

Jonnie Noakes, Director of Teaching and Learning at Eton College, shares how his teachers and students benefit from using artificial intelligence to complement more traditional forms of teaching and learning.


Our pupils are really enjoying it, as are their teachers, who are able to monitor pupils' progress from one lesson to the next.

Dr Joanna Bratten

St Paul's Girls' School

Want to see more?

Join one of the webinars run by a member of our team who will give you a guided tour of the platform and answer any questions you may have.

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