Coronavirus in the UK: Eton College offers UK state schools free access to its online courses

The headmaster of Eton College has written to UK state secondary schools offering access to its online courses free of charge during the coronavirus crisis, iNews is reporting.

The site has courses on CV writing, creative problem solving, interview skills, resilience, research skills, making an impact and writing skills.

A spokesperson for Eton: “At a time when schools across the UK are closed and adapting to digital learning, it is more important than ever that all in education work in partnership for the benefit of young people.”

“The courses are being made available to all UK state secondary schools, free of charge, for use where individual schools feel that EtonX can complement the great work that their staff are already doing, in challenging circumstances.”

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