Our world is changing faster than ever and we believe that young people deserve a well-rounded understanding of these changes. Along with our partners, we believe that rooting learning in the real world is key to developing the next generation of engaged citizens.
We design and deliver sponsored education programmes linking latest trends and topic to the classroom. This is achieved through our tried and tested live education model and bespoke resources. To date, over 9.8 million students in 96 countries having participated and been impacted by our work. To learn more, please see the Work with us.
AXA XL Ocean Education is becoming a leader in marine learning with an estimated reach of 6.9 million students worldwide. This has been achieved through innovative and award-winning resources supported by live events to provide children front row seats to the latest ocean science and exploration.
Common Seas uniquely provides teachers with a full suite of resources across science, geography and design and technology for ages 5-16, that are designed to fulfil the English National Curriculum teaching requirements. Providing teachers with off the shelf lesson plans, presentations and activities they can choose to deliver in their entirety or use sections as appropriate.
The Code Smart partnership among re-insurer, AXA XL, AI software company, Oxbotica, and robot designer, MakeBlock, makes teaching code easy. Set against real world context of autonomous mobility, the resources build teacher confidence to teach code and are designed to inspire the next generation of computing careers.
Funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), the resource builds student literacy on award winning marine micro-plastics work led by leading researchers at the University of Exeter and Plymouth Marine Laboratory in the United Kingdom.
My Voice My School (MVMS) is a project which empowers children by giving them a voice and the opportunity to communicate with their peers overseas on issues dear to them. It places children at the heart of the conversation on the UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4 ‘Quality Education’ and what it means to them.
Funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and the Dutch Research Council (NWO) via the Belmont Forum, the resource develops students' understanding of climate and energy production, challenging them to debate how a low carbon energy future may be susceptible to future meteorological conditions. The resource is based on research published by KNMI and the University of Exeter as part of the HIWAVES project.