ActiveHub Accessibility

ActiveHub is run by Pearson UK. We want as many people as possible to be able to use ActiveHub and we are working hard to continually improve it to achieve that.

AbilityNet has advice on making your device easier to use if you have a disability.

This statement was prepared on 26 April 2021 and it will be updated on an ongoing basis.


*There will be some exceptions to this due to the way some parts of it are intended to be used.

What to do if you cannot access ActiveHub or parts of it

There are print ready alternatives of some of the lesson content available as part of ActiveHub. These will generally be Word or PDF documents. If you need a large print PDF you can request that via the RNIB Bookshare platform

If you need a printed version of digital lesson content you can choose a print-ready only PDF option for that content.

There are also modified versions of past assessment papers available via the Pearson UK qualifications and assessments website under: Modified Formats

We know some parts of ActiveHub are currently not fully accessible. We are continually working to improve this. To help us with that your feedback is extremely important to us and details on how to do that are below.