GCSE Pod

GCSEPod has over 2,500 GCSE specific podcasts which you can watch online or download to your Apple, Blackberry or Android device. GCSEPod is FREE OF CHARGE to all Haywood High School and Engineering College students and staff.

  • Covers 15 subjects
  • Watch in the car, bus or at school
  • Packed with important facts
  • Tailored to your exams

How do I get it?

1) Register and Watch Podcasts Online

Click on the link below go to the GCSEPod registration and login page.

Register using your school email address and choose your own password (take a note of these details and keep them safe!)

After clicking ‘Sign up’, go to your school email inbox and find the email sent from GCSEPod. Click the activation link in the email and you will be automatically logged in.

2) Download Podcasts to Your Device to Watch Offline

Click the “Add to my Downloads” button next to any podcast on the GCSEPod website and follow the on screen instructions.

3) Get the App!

Login to GCSEPod on your computer or mobile device, click the “App Setup” button on the homepage and follow the on screen instructions.

Click here to register for GCSE Pod

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