BBC Teach Live Lessons for secondary schools
Literacy and English
Young Reporter Live Lesson
Ever wondered what skills you’d need to take on a career in journalism? Look no further! This 30-minute Live Lesson for 11 to 14 year olds will introduce you to writing for a range of purposes and audiences, and how to enhance the impact of your writing through storytelling.
BBC News - Live Lesson
A literacy Live Lesson for 11-14-year-olds looking at fake news, false information and how to sort fact from fiction.
500 Words 2020 - Live Lesson
Watch our very special Live Lesson for the 10th year of the 500 Words story writing competition.
500 Words 2019 - Live Lesson
500 Words judges Charlie Higson and Frank Cottrell-Boyce share story-writing tips in a Live Lesson for 5-13-year-olds.
500 Words 2017 - Live Lesson
A Live Lesson for 5-13-year-olds celebrating BBC Radio 2's 500 Words story-writing competition.
The Somme Live Lesson
A Live Lesson for 11-14-year-olds exploring the story of the Battle of the Somme through the eyes and words of the poets who lived through the war.
Shakespeare: Text Detectives - Live Lesson
Delve into Shakespeare's texts and explore stage directions, relationships between characters, and his use of verse and prose. For 11-14s-year-olds.
Doctor Who and the micro:bit - Live Lesson
The micro:bit is put to the test at the controls of the TARDIS in this Live Lesson for 11-14-year-olds in collaboration with Doctor Who.
micro:bit: Mission to Mars - Live Lesson
Investigate how computer science can be used to aid our exploration of space in this Live Lesson for 11-14-year-olds.
Welcome to the micro:bit Live Lesson
A Live Lesson encouraging 11-14-year-olds to get creative, programming and making their very own digital creations in school and at home.
BBC Radio 1's Academy Live Lesson
Focussed on GCSE Media Studies for 14-16-year-olds, this lesson goes behind the scenes of television and radio.
Ten Pieces Secondary Live Lesson
A Live Lesson inspiring 11-14-year-olds to develop creative responses to classical music across art, composition and literature.