Remote learning

English, maths and science resources for Years 3-11

Ensure your students keep learning no matter what with our quick and easy setup

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Helping leadership teams provide high-quality remote education

  • Access to 1,000s of English, maths and science resources for Years 3-11

  • Ability to set teacher assignments and leave feedback

  • icons_2.0_Target interventions

    Target interventions with easy-to-use data

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CENTURY supports student learning by:

  • icons_2.0_Identifies gaps in knowledge

    Identifying and addressing gaps in knowledge

  • icons_2.0_Personalises content

    Personalises content, questions and pathways for every learner

  • icons_2.0_Pinpoints and addresses misconceptions

    Delivering tailored feedback for every learner

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Curriculum coverage

CENTURY's content library contains thousands of high-quality English, maths and science resources created by our team of experienced teachers. All of our content aligns with the national curriculum and main exam boards. Download our curriculum guide for an overview of subjects and topics.

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Quick and safe setup

Our dedicated team can get your school onboarded within 48 hours. There is no onsite visit required and all our training takes place via webinars. Your dedicated account manager will continue to work with you to ensure your staff get the most out of CENTURY.

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Fill in the form to get in touch with a member of our team who can give you a guided demo of the platform or answer any questions you might have about implementing CENTURY in your school.

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David Watkins, Deputy Head

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