What is Learnable's School Pilot Program?

Eligible schools are provided with FREE School Pro access for:

  1. Teachers to use as a classroom teaching resource

  2. Students to use as a supplementary learning resource

Who is eligible?

This free program is available for:

  1. Regional schools

  2. Rural schools

  3. Schools in need

Non-eligible schools receive a 90-day free trial period.

Which courses are offered?

We currently offer Year 11 and 12 Chemistry and Physics courses. Other courses are currently being authored and will be made available in the near future.

How do I apply for the School Pilot Program?

To see if your school is eligible for the School Pilot Program, please contact our sales team.

FAQ

Q: How do I know if my school is eligible for the School Pilot Program?

A: You can check to see if your school is eligible by referring to the lists below:

If you are a school in need, please contact our sales team.

Q: How long does the School Pilot Program run for?

A: The School Pilot Program runs on a yearly basis. The 2021 program runs until 31 December 2021. To continue to participate in the 2022 School Pilot Program, please contact the Customer Success Team.

Q: What's included in the School Pilot Program?

A: Under the School Pilot Program, students and teachers receive:

  • Full access to all course contents and features under School Pro Plan

  • Access to Mission Control for student management

  • Add unlimited classes and students

  • Access to Customer Success Team

Q: How will this help our school?

A: Learnable helps schools improve their student learning outcomes by:

  1. Saving time for teachers by equipping them with high quality, syllabus-specific, classroom-ready resources.

  2. Deepening teachers' understanding of student learning progress

  3. Extending the reach of teachers outside the classroom through self-directed learning

  4. Providing students with supplementary resources for revision

For more details on what you can do with Learnable, read this article.

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