You will be unable to access your online coursework on Monday, 27 May 2019, 4:00 GMT for approximately 9 hours. You can check when this is in your local time zone. Your coursework and results will not be affected by this process.
Partner Schools Global Network (PSGN) Teacher Training
Welcome to the PSGN Online Support for Schools platform. The PSGN is a global community for schools that deliver international qualifications from the UK such as IGCSE and A level, in partnership with the British Council. The PSGN allows us to go beyond offering exams services. We offer support to the 1,650 schools across 32 countries around the world through services such as training, access to resources and networking opportunities.
The PSGN Online Support for Schools platform gives you the flexibility to study either at work or in your own time and allows you to share your ideas and opinions with peers across the global network through the discussion forums. You can also access resources related to each of the modules and define your study through the Self-Assessment Tool (SAT). which suggests modules to meet your individual training needs. This platform is free for all partner school teachers and can be accessed on computer, smart phone and tablet.
We’re here to help to support your professional development. By registering on the PSGN Online Support for Schools Platform, you’ll be joining a community of teachers who are committed to improving the performance and experience of their learners.
You will need an access code in order to register and start your learning. If you do not know the access code, your school coordinator will be able to give you this code. You will only need to register once to create your profile.Register now
Personalise your training. Complete a range of three-hour self-study training modules. On successfully finishing each training module, you will be able to print off a certificate of completion.Browse modules
About Schools Now
The Schools Now! Online Conference for partner school leaders takes place from 6 -7 March, 2019. Join us in exploring the theme of Pathways to Resilience through highly engaging presentations from educational experts, thought provoking panel discussions and action research initiatives from partner schools.Learn more