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  • Digital education platform hub The Department for Education expects all schools to use a digital platform to provide remote education for pupils who cannot be in school due to coronavirus restrictions. To help you meet this expectation, you can apply for DfE-funded support to get set up on a free-to-use platform: G Suite for Education or Office 365 Education. Learn what these platforms can do for you and use our impartial feature comparison to help you make a call, then apply for funded support.
  • Feature comparison: G Suite for Education and Office 365 Education Get to grips with how these digital education platforms can solve your remote learning problems, so you can make an informed decision about which to go for. If you've got one of these already, remind yourself what it can do and how else you might use it.
  • Get set up on your digital education platform The DfE is offering funded support for you to get set up on one of two free-to-use digital education platforms: G Suite for Education or Office 365 Education. Find out exactly what's on offer, whether you're eligible and how to apply.
  • G Suite for Education: instructions for pupils, parents and staff Share our factsheets for Google Classroom (part of G Suite for Education) with your pupils, parents and staff, so they can easily get set up and start engaging if they need to self-isolate.
  • Mythbuster: 7 misconceptions about digital education platforms Wary of moving to a digital education platform? Put your mind at ease with this fact-checker on the common concerns we hear about moving to G Suite for Education and Office 365 Education.