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Amazon at the Magic Breakfast, Willow Primary School Tottenham London N17 Teaching Assistant Rita Adu-Gyamf with Emily Carey and pupils with Amazon Kindles
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Unlock your career as a computing teacher with Amazon Future Engineer and Teach First

Amazon Future Engineer and Teach First are working together to help bring skilled computing teachers to schools serving disadvantaged communities across the UK. Applications are now open.

Amazon donates 10,000 Fire Tablets with Teach First to help school children most in need

Amazon and Teach First are working together to ensure more children across the UK have access to the technology they need for home schooling and learning in the long term.

Top tips to win the Amazon Longitude Explorer Prize

As the deadline approaches for entries to the Amazon Longitude Explorer Prize, past winners have been sharing their inspiration with this year’s contestants.

Brave Edinburgh driver who saved families from a fire is a true hero

‘He saved my life, my children’s lives and also my neighbours’ life.'

Home schooling resources for parents, carers and children during lockdown

As lockdown continues across the country, we’ve put together a guide to all of our free learning resources to help parents and students learning from home.

Thank you to Amazon customers, employees and selling partners for a season of delivering smiles all around the world

Biggest ever customer savings, growth for small businesses, and community giving helped make the holiday season a little brighter

How are Amazon teams supporting charities and communities this Christmas?

The festive season this year might feel different, but Amazon teams are working hard to support local communities and charities to make it memorable for all the right reasons.

Amazon surprises schoolchildren with star-studded ‘Very Important Breakfast Clubs’

Amazon and charity partner Magic Breakfast are surprising hundreds of children this Christmas as their lessons are led by stars such as Professor Green and Rachel Riley.

Keep learning at home with free STEM resources from Amazon

Amazon is launching free STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) resources to help students learn how to code, improve their maths skills and develop their career aspirations.

Communities benefit as Amazon and Barnardo’s partnership grows

Amazon’s charity partners like Barnardo’s and the communities they serve face unprecedented challenges during COVID-19 – here’s how we’re helping.
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