Find out about upcoming and previous Live Lessons designed for primary-aged students.
Get active and learn about punctuation in this Super Movers Literacy Live Lessons EXTRA.
Get set, get active and get ready to learn some super literacy skills in this Live Lesson.
This follow-up to the 500 Words 2018 - Live Lesson looks at story openings.
Join us for this literacy Live Lesson to celebrate the launch of this year’s competition.
Join us for the most active maths lesson you’ve ever had!
This BBC Terrific Scientific Live Lessons EXTRA explores the role of fossils in helping us to understand evolution.
A Live Lesson exploring adaption, evolution and inheritance of living things.
This EXTRA lesson looks at self-portraits and different artistic styles.
This SEN inclusive show helps children use art to express thoughts about daily life.
In this EXTRA lesson children learn to make transitions and dance in pairs and groups.
Get creative with classical music during this Live Lesson full of dance and movement.
This EXTRA lesson looks at the impact of exercise on our muscles, skeleton and joints.
CBBC stars Dr Chris and Dr Xand van Tulleken look at how exercise impacts our body.
An EXTRA lesson exploring friction, mass and weight.
Join us for a Live Lesson exploring gravity, air resistance and friction.
Join Barney Harwood and Fran Scott for a Live Lesson on taste, digestion and nutrition.
Celebrating the launch of BBC Radio 2's 500 Words story-writing competition in 2017.
Learn all about working scientifically with our new Live Lesson for 9 to 11 year olds.
Exploring storytelling techniques for 5 to 7-year-olds with friends from Old Jack's Boat.
Learn all about rhythm, melody and dynamics - the building blocks of musical composition.
Explore Shakespeare's language and characters with iconic scenes from A Midsummer Night's Dream, Macbeth and Henry V.
Presented by Marcus Bronzy and The Vlogster this 40-minute live lesson explains how coding is essential to space exploration.
Radio 1’s Clara Amfo brings code to life with will.i.am's coding teacher Lilly Kam, Muki Kulhan, the woman behind The Voice UK app and musical code master Dr Sam Aaron.
Tracy Beaker illustrator Nick Sharratt shows us how to draw faces and facial expressions. Hosted by CBBC's Michelle Ackerley and Ricky Martin.
Explore sound production, intonation, tempo and imagination with Blue Peter’s Barney Harwood, principal violinist Nicola Benedetti and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.