Even more online lessons!

The BBC and the government have put together daily lessons for children across the UK. If you have finished the work we have set or you fancy something different, take a look.


BBC Bitesize 

This week the BBC is launching its own education package as part of their Charter across TV and online – helping to keep children learning and supporting parents. You can find more information about this here

The key difference between the BBC offer and the Oak National Academy is that the Academy is a planned and sequenced series of lessons for schools and trusts to use as part of their planned curriculum offer. Whereas the BBC offer is aimed more at parents and pupils.


Oak National Academy

I’m very pleased to welcome Oak National Academy, a new online classroom and resource hub, which has launched to support teachers until schools re-open. The online classroom will provide free lessons and resources for pupils from reception through to year 10. All resources, lessons and more information can be accessed here

As part of a collective response to the crisis, 40 teachers will be producing over 180 free online lessons each week, which will cover a range of subjects from English and maths to arts and languages.


Please note that we are not responsible for any of this content. If there are any technical issues, please contact the BBC or Oak Academy directly. We have found that the Oak Academy videos work best on Internet Explorer (the sound doesn’t always work on Chrome, but we are sure they will be ironing out these teething issues moving forward).

Congratulations 👏 to Ethan Morgan and his brothers on their exciting opportunity of becoming editors for the UK’s first Black children’s magazine Cocoa Boy (November edition) What an incredible thing to be a part of! @cocoaboymag @cocoagirlmag #BHM

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Well done 7WK1, on their initiative, as part of Pupil Pledge to raise money for charity. 👏🤗 It's always so rewarding doing something for others. Safety measures, such as gloves, will be in place when any money is collected. 👍⭐️

Congratulations 👏 to Ethan Morgan and his brothers on their exciting opportunity of becoming editors for the UK’s first Black children’s magazine Cocoa Boy (November edition) What an incredible thing to be a part of! @cocoaboymag @cocoagirlmag #BHM

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Well done 7WK1, on their initiative, as part of Pupil Pledge to raise money for charity. 👏🤗 It's always so rewarding doing something for others. Safety measures, such as gloves, will be in place when any money is collected. 👍⭐️

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