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IPIA in educational drive with Xeretec and Twinkl

The Independent Print Industries Association (IPIA) has partnered with Xeretec and online educational publisher Twinkl to launch a special cash-back initiative aimed at supporting UK teachers, parents and carers during school closures.

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Twinkl has created a free Home Learning Hub to help children learn at home

The new arrangement enables Twinkl members to claim money back on a range of different HP printers purchased through Xeretec.

In light of the current situation with novel coronavirus (Covid-19), Twinkl has created a free Home Learning Hub, featuring bespoke home learning packs and a engaging materials and worksheets to help children learn at home.

The digital publisher also provides over 640,000 educational resources on its website, including colouring sheets, crafting activities, and curriculum-mapped worksheets.

To support the scheme, the IPIA reached out through its membership to find an appropriate supplier and intensified Xeretec as a partner to help drive the new initiative.

We must all come together at this most difficult of times

Jonathan Seaton, chief executive and co-founder of Twinkl, says: “Joining forces with the IPIA and Xeretec has enabled us to go some way towards helping people print the resources that they may need to help children and young people learn at home.

“It’s wonderful to have the opportunity to partner with organisations who are helping us to further fulfil our mission to help those who teach.”

IPIA president Mike Roberts adds: "We must all come together at this most difficult of times, and when I first heard about this requirement, I felt very strongly that the IPIA should seek to provide a solution through our membership.”

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