Find out about upcoming and previous Live Lessons designed for secondary-aged students.
This follow-up programme features a look at how images can be used in false news and answers more of your questions.
Fake news and false information - how to sort fact from fiction.
This EXTRA programme focuses on delivery including register, tone and intonation.
A Live Lesson all about sports commentary and its relationship to English language.
Focussed on Media Studies, this Lesson goes behind the scenes of television and radio.
The micro:bit is put to the test at the controls of the TARDIS in this Live Lesson in collaboration with Doctor Who.
Exploring the story of the Battle of the Somme through the eyes and words of the poets who lived through the war.
Reach for the stars and investigate how computer science can be used to aid man's exploration of space.
Introducing some of the key literacy themes required in comedy writing for stand up, sketch and captions.
Delve into Shakespeare's texts and explore stage directions, relationships between characters, and his use of verse and prose.
Introducing basic algorithms, loops, sequencing, variables and inputs and outputs with digital art and wearable technology.
Encourage Key Stage 3/3rd Level students to get creative, programming and making their very own digital creations in school and at home.
Inspiring young people to develop creative responses to classical music across art, composition and literature.
Clara Amfo brings code to life with will.i.am's coding teacher Lilly Kam, Muki Kulhan from The Voice UK app and musical code master Dr Sam Aaron.