Discovery Education Espresso

Learning from home just got more exciting with Discovery Education Espresso!

We use Espresso in school to help motivate, engage and support learning in the classroom. Now your child can continue to enjoy what they have been doing at school, and you can be involved in their learning at home.

About Discovery Education Espresso

Espresso is an online cross-curricular service that provides video-rich resources to schools throughout the UK. It contains thousands of videos and multimedia activities, as well as a weekly news service — all designed by teaching professionals. For more information, please visit:


Your Home Access includes a Home learning area and Parents’ guide with information to help you use the service with your child.


How to access Discovery Education Espresso from home

To access Espresso from home you will need a PC or Apple Mac and a connection to the internet. You can then go to ,click the ‘Login’ button in the top right corner, select ‘Discovery Education Espresso’ and enter Username; student26930 Password; lawley


Getting started

Before you start using the service, we recommend you read the Parents’ guide. This explains what Discovery Education Espresso is, how to use it and how to support your child with their learning. To find the guide, select one of the Home learning icons (from the appropriate key stage) on the left-hand side of the home page. The Parents’ guide button is located in the top left-hand corner of the following page.


Your child should already be familiar with Espresso. They could show you how they have been using it in class and how to find resources. Once you are familiar with the service, you and your child may like to explore Espresso’s modules or the Home learning area. Specifically designed for home use, it includes easy-to-follow Learning paths and specific curriculum objectives.


We hope you will find Discovery Education Espresso useful as a resource to extend your child’s learning. If you have any further questions about how to use the service, please speak to your child’s teacher.