Pay It Forward

2020 and 2021 have been extraordinary years, impacting everyone across the globe in many different ways. Some have benefitted; many others have suffered. As we move towards the summer break, with the right resources, students have the perfect opportunity to catch up on the critical classroom time they missed due to school closures.

That is why we have launched our Pay It Forward campaign to help students across the UK succeed in their exams.

What is Pay It Forward?

“If you can’t pay it back, pay it forward.” — Catherine Ryan Hyde

2020 and 2021 have been incredibly tough for so many people but for many students the consequences could be life changing. Many primary school students have missed out on valuable, foundational time in school while GCSE pupils have faced constant uncertainty over important qualifications.

  • Widening inequalities have massively impacted a generation of young people.
  • Students have missed vast amounts of school, had to adapt to changing technologies and deal with increased fears about their futures.

Our Pay It Forward campaign allows you to support these children by purchasing subscriptions of schoolexams.co.uk for the children who need additional revision support the most. We will match your contribution by up to 500%, thereby increasing the number of students who benefit from your help sixfold.

How Can You Help Change a Student's Life?

  • Year 5 & 6 – This is an ideal resource to help prepare for KS2 and close learning gaps, so students are ready for secondary school. 
  • Year 7 – Helps target lost learning due to 2 disrupted years at primary school. Schools can set focus groups and assign targeted work on areas students need additional help with. 
  • Year 10 & 11 – Ideal for pupils moving into their GCSE years. Students can take broader courses to develop their Maths skills holistically or create targeted revision workbooks on topics they might find challenging. SchoolOnline also focuses on the core English skills pupils need to know to succeed in their English Language exams.

 

With a 4 in English and Maths, college places, apprenticeships, jobs, and university all become open doors. Without it, a child’s future can become much more difficult, with far fewer opportunities open to them.

Success stories

Pay It Forward has the potential to make a hugely positive impact on young people’s lives and local businesses.

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Click here to read more about the businesses supporting the campaign, why they got involved and how they are supporting children’s education, or click on a business below to read their story.

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As a company, our mission is to ensure equal access to top quality tuition for ALL children across the country, so that all students can achieve their full potential. That’s why we launched our Pay It Forward campaign, which provides access to our award winning platform to students unable to afford membership, through our network of schools and charities.

Now, through our partnership with Tesco, we have launched the One4One campaign. This brilliant campaign allows Tesco customers to help another child achieve their full academic potential, simply by using their clubcard points to purchase membership for their own child.

All One4One donations will be automatically added to our pool of licences for distribution through our network.

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FAQ

Online purchases can be made for £500 or £1000 (ex. VAT), supporting  100 or 250 students respectively. However, if you would like to purchase more or less, please do get in touch as we appreciate any and all support! 

The great thing about the Pay It Forward campaign is that you can allocate your licences to any school in the country! So you can easily support a school outside of your local area. 

Or, if you’re not sure about which school to help, just give us a call on 0800 048 7418We’re more than happy to help you select a school that would benefit from your Pay It Forward support.

That’s for the school to decide. We leave it to them to allocate the licences to the children who can benefit most from the scheme.

As iniative progresses we will be sending out a regular newsletter to all of our Pay It Forward benefactors keeping you up to date on the success and impact of the programme.

Of course!

The subscription bundles include licences valid for 6 months, but you’re more than welcome to renew the subscription after 6 months or buy further subscription bundles. 

Just give us a call on 0800 048 7418

Yes, absolutely. The programme is designed to help students who have been so badly affected this year, and we welcome anyone who wishes to participate and Pay It Forward. You can read more about individual’s who have contributed to our iniative and why they got involved here

If you have any questions or need more information, we would love to hear from you! There are lots of ways to get in touch to discuss more about Pay It Forward

  • Call us on: 0800 048 7418  (Our phone lines are open 8am till 8pm Mon-Fri and 8am till 1pm Sat & Sun) 
  • Email: info@schoolexams.co.uk 
  • Message online support on our website (bottom right hand corner, green bubble)

Let us support you!

To say thank you for supporting young people in your area and spreading kindness we want to give back to you!

Depending on the bundle you choose we offer a range of PR packages. All contributions to the campaign will receive: 

  • A Pay It Forward Press Pack. This will have details on sharing the news of your support, including a press release template, tips on writing a blog post for your own website and branded material for you to use on your social media 
  • We will feature your company’s support and impact on our own website through a blog post with website link. 
  • Mentions across all of our social media channels (Our twitter account has over 100,000 impressions per month). 
 
If you choose to purchase a bundle above the value of £1,000 we will also put out a press release to the local papers for you. However, we cannot guarantee that a story will run, as releasing the article is at the media outlet’s discretion. 

Of course you can opt out of this if you wish to remain anonymous and it’s completely up to you.  However, schoolexams.co.uk believes that random acts of kindness should be celebrated and that local businesses giving back to their community should be supported.