A collection of content from the BBC to inspire primary and secondary pupils with books.
A new abridgement of Michael Morpurgo’s much-loved novel 'War Horse' for 9-11s.
Inspire 12-13s in DT and Computing with new Wolfblood and Doctor Who projects.
Teach any young composers aged 12-18? Their work could be performed at this year’s Proms.
The biggest five-a-side football tournament in the UK is open for ages 12+.
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See how your 9-11s can take part in the second Terrific Scientific investigation.
Get involved and give budding journalists aged 11-16 the opportunity to report the news.
Join Barney Harwood and Fran Scott for a Live Lesson on taste, digestion and nutrition.
Discover our large collection of writing resources for primary and secondary aged pupils.
Check out our new video showing how the BBC inspires learning every day (external link).
Watch our Live Lesson with top tips for writers aged 5-13.
Check out our extensive collection of primary and secondary Shakespeare resources.
Find out how students aged 11-16 can pitch their story ideas to BBC News.
A collection of anti-bullying clips, guides and advice from CBBC to share with 6-12s.
Check out our extensive collection of poetry resources for primary and secondary pupils.
From air guitar to robots, explore over 200 coding activities and lesson plans for 11-12s.
Take part in our inspiring UK wide mass-participation investigations for 9-11 year-olds.
Teach any budding comedians aged 6-12? Find out how they can enter our new competition.
Join our Live Lesson for 11-13s and see if they can help the micro:bit control the TARDIS
Explore our inspiring primary and secondary video teaching resources (external link).
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Encourage students to revise at home and on the go with the new BBC Bitesize revision app.
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