Supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals

As a leader in digital learning, we are also committed to being a leader in Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performance within our sector. We are working in partnership with Sustainable Advantage to track and provide in-depth analysis and insight into ESG concerns. We will:

  • Champion ethical behaviour
  • Pursue positive social & environmental impact
  • Promote development of sustainable services


Read our full Sustainability report.

Our goals

We have identified four of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which provide a framework to drive our improvements and demonstrate our contribution and alignment with the principles of peace and prosperity in consideration of the environment.

We aspire to use our position in society to be a force for good, helping to create better outcomes for millions of people every day, securing the future of our planet and being responsible custodians of a planet our children will inherit.

Good Health

Health is a fundamental human right and a key indicator of sustainable development. By ensuring that workers have safe working conditions and access to health services, companies establish healthier staff and better relationships which in many cases has positive effects on productivity.

Quality Education

Ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education is central to who we are as a learning provider. As an elearning provider we promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. We’re making long-term strategic investments that will lead to a larger, more talented pool of future employees in Sponge and across our partners. We develop high-quality interactive technology so that clients acquire knowledge and skills to best succeed in our rapidly changing world.

Good Jobs

As a business we promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all. Our business model strengthens the availability of a skilled workforce, equipped for challenges in the 21st century.

Climate Action

The emissions from our activities are a contributor to climate change, no matter how small. Our responsibility is to ensure that we significantly reduce our energy consumption and use renewable and low carbon energy wherever possible.