Bring your subject to life with interactive lessons featuring some of the BBC's biggest brands and presenters.
We’re back in the autumn term with a new series of Live Lessons for primary schools.
This numeracy-themed lesson invites 5-7-year-olds on a fun maths mission as we explore various ways to count to 100.
Marking Shakespeare Week, this lesson for 7-11-year-olds looks back on Shakespeare’s life during Tudor times.
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Explore a range of curriculum-mapped interactive lessons for primary-aged pupils.
Explore a range of curriculum-mapped interactive lessons for secondary-aged students.
Join us with your class as we celebrate 50 years of Newsround with a cross-curricular Live Lesson for 7-11 year-olds.
Inspire your 11-14 year-olds to become storytellers, for the BBC’s centenary project ‘Share Your Story’.
What was life like for children in Victorian times? Bring history to life with this Victorian-themed lesson.
Learn how plants have adapted to survive in different environments and the clever ways they disperse seeds.
Re-watch a live Facebook discussion on teaching children about environmental protection.
Re-watch a live discussion on reading for pleasure featuring educators Simon Smith, Scott Evans and Hollie Anderton.
Our panel discuss the importance of creative writing, why children seem to be writing less and how teachers can help.
Re-watch our live Facebook discussion about primary science with experts in science education