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Cambridge Digital Resources to Support Teachers

This article is updated with resources and tips from different channels and blogs of Cambridge University Press. 

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic is posing huge challenges for teachers, parents and learners. At Cambridge University Press, we are committed to supporting you at this difficult time.

CBSE and ICSE curriculum

Supporting teachers, learners and parents with digital resources (eBooks & digital assets) for CBSE and ICSE curriculum via Cambridge Elevate Platform. Click here to access

International curriculum

Access our digital resources for free for 90-days via Cambridge Elevate. Subjects include humanities, English, science, computing, business, and languages.  Click here to access

Cambridge Online Maths

This trial will give you full access to Cambridge Checkpoint 7-9, Cambridge IGCSE™ Maths and Cambridge International AS & A Level Maths or UK GCSE Maths. Click here to access

Access to Resource Plus

Resource Plus from Cambridge International gives you access to high-quality videos, ready-made lesson plans and teaching materials. Click here to access


Primary worksheets

We have created free packs of worksheets that children aged 5-11 can complete at home with help from an adult. The packs contain science, English and maths activities that will have students occupied for hours – sorting, questioning, playing, and most importantly, learning.

Handwriting videos from Penpals

These videos will get your learners ready for handwriting. Ideal for children aged 3-6 they include exercises to get them ready to write (the owl exercise is our personal favourite!), along with upper and lower case letter animations to help them get their letter formations just right. Share these videos with your learners and get them warmed up and ready for writing.


Our World of Better Learning blog is sharing tips and resources for ELT teachers. This week, we released ‘how to’ guides to support teachers working with our course books and digital resources in a virtual classroom. These included suggestions for how you could use the units in the course books and materials to support your online classes

Super Minds | Level Up | Power Up | Kids Box


Think | Uncover | Eyes Open

If you would like to find guides for other products or read articles to help you teach online from the Supporting Every Teacher series, click here.

Find up to date information for schools and exam boards during COVID-19 outbreak

Be a step ahead of the digital curve by learning from other teachers and experts. 

Register for our Classes Beyond Rooms WEBINAR series here

What Do Teachers Need to Ace Online Lessons?

Right technology, Assessment tools and school support. Advice on planning your digital lessons. Read here
Online Teaching for First-Timers Made Easy!
Dealing with the sudden switch to online teaching with these 9 points to remember before going live. Read here
Tips to Help You Master Remote TeachingCreating your own SWAG eLearning lesson. 8 tips to remember while planning your lesson for a virtual classroom to master your remote teaching. Read here
Tips to deal with school closure
Advice on useful tools, activities and timetabling from teachers experiencing school closures. Read these tips from teachers on our international online research community will be useful to you and your colleagues. Read here
Five tips for keeping well and coping
Mindfulness tips from a Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge. Read here

Cambridge International is running and recording free webinars over the next few weeks to support with school closures.


Content for this article has been sourced from different channels and blogs of Cambridge University Press. 


Education Global blog – Brighter Thinking Blog

ELT Global blog – World of Better Learning


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