Fill in the form to register your interest. A member of the team will be in touch to discuss setting up your school with free FT access.
Please note, this is only for secondary education in the United Kingdom (students aged 16 to 19). Schools outside the UK can signup for access here. Paid for access for Tertiary Education worldwide can be found here.
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Frequently asked questions
Below are some frequently asked questions. If you do not find the answers you're seeking, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Schools will have access for at least a year and can then continue at no cost for as long as the programme lasts. The FT will notify schools if and when the programme ends.
The FT and a panel of teachers will promote relevant FT articles, videos and podcasts in a weekly email service. The email will include an explanation of the relevance to the curricula.
Access will be provided through the school’s IP network. This means that individuals accessing from the school IP network will not need to identify themselves and anonymity will be protected.
Yes, the advertisements that run on FT.com will be visible.
Access to FT.com and the email will be terminated for the students who leave school.
You will only be able to create a login with the email domain of your school. Each login is for the sole use of a specific sixth form student or teacher at your school and is not to be shared. We monitor for password sharing and will remove access for accounts that are shared.
The weekly email is an integral part of the Service and will highlight FT editorial content of relevance to the curriculum. Each sixth form student and teacher who log in to FT.com using the school's email domain, will receive the Newsletter at that email address, until they choose to unsubscribe from receiving the weekly email.
If an education institution has a mix of ages above and below 19, then please contact us, as we can offer mixed solutions - where the under 19's gain free access and there are discounted education rates for the over 19 population.
Free access applies to all students up to 19 years old in secondary rather than tertiary education, irrespective of what they are studying.
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