The Financial Times has created a hub for schools and colleges. Teachers in schools around the world with students aged 16-19 years old can get free access to the FT here and request individual FT accounts. Colleges in the UK can also sign up. You can check to see if your institution is already registered.
Schools Digest, a weekly newsletter from global education editor Andrew Jack, features student competitions, quizzes and the best of the Financial Times' expert analysis and coverage. All FT subscribers and those on the free schools programme can subscribe here to receive it every Monday at 7am.
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Who is the resource aimed at?
Students aged 16-19 can access the FT for free. The teaching resources contain lesson suggestions and discussion prompts that are suitable for Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5 students.
How can the resource be used?
Could be used as part of a lesson or as extracurricular opportunities for students.
How does the resource link to the curriculum?
Depending on the content, the resources are linked to different topics in economics, business, politics, geography and philosophy. They also go beyond the curriculum and encourage students to think about real-world problems.
How long will the activity take?
This will vary depending on the resource - take a look here to find out more!