Welcome to your new catalogue from Pearson
I hope the Pearson name won’t be new to you because, in act, you’ve been working with us or manyyears. All our imprints – Heinemann, Longman, Causeway and Payne Gallway – have been part o Pearson or some time and this year we are making the Pearson connection a little clearer. Like you,we are completely committed to excellence in education. You’ll have come across our work in the UK through names like Edexcel and BTEC in assessment and qualiﬁcations, and Fronter and Phoenix in learningtechnology. And this year I’d like to tell you a little more about Pearson and all it can do or you.
Pearson: helping people progress, everywhere
We aspire to be the world’s leading learning company by helping everyone progress in their livesthrough education. We believe in every kind o learning, or all kinds o people, wherever they are in theworld. Working in over 100 languages, we have built an international reputation or raising achievementthrough innovation in education. Every business in the Pearson amily is connected to learning. Some arehousehold names, like Penguin and the Financial Times, others you may not know so well. But all o themdemonstrate our commitment to the very highest standards in learning around the world. And all o themaspire to our vision, summed up in the words ‘Always Learning’.
Pearson: where learning comes together
We hope you’ll be impressed by the breadth o our capabilities and begin to see the beneﬁts o joiningthem together. Our technology already enables teachers to personalise learning or individual students,provides assessment data to help learners identiy where they need to improve, and brings our resourcesand content to students in engaging, challenging and supportive ways, in and out o the classroom. Webelieve that technology will ofer huge beneﬁts to all o us involved in learning in years to come.
Pearson: inspiring inspirers like you
We employ many people who have worked in education all their lives. We all share the same goals: toinspire and support teachers like you; to raise educational standards; and to use data and technologyimaginatively to beneﬁt all learners.
Pearson. Always learning
To achieve these goals, we listen to what people like you have to say. Every day we learn lessons big andsmall. ‘Always Learning’ is not just what we believe, it’s what we do.To learn more about Pearson and how it is evolving, visit
With best wishes, Jacob Pienaar Managing Director, Pearson UK Schools and Colleges