How do I access bbc live lessons?

Educational content for primary school students will be broadcast on the CBBC channel, while high school students can tune in to BBC Two for GCSE-related programming. Students of all ages will also find Bitesize Daily programs on BBC Red Button and on-demand on BBC iPlayer.

How do I access bbc live lessons?

Educational content for primary school students will be broadcast on the CBBC channel, while high school students can tune in to BBC Two for GCSE-related programming. Students of all ages will also find Bitesize Daily programs on BBC Red Button and on-demand on BBC iPlayer. They will include three hours of primary school programming every day of the week on CBBC, and at least two hours for secondary school students on BBC Two. During the first lockdown in the spring, classes were available on iPlayer, red button and online, but not on regular TV channels.

Download or watch any BBC program on BBC iPlayer. Usually, a TV license covers the entire school or university. However, in some cases, certain areas require a separate TV license. See below to make sure your school is properly licensed.

BBC Teach has thousands of cinematic resources linked to the curriculum to help you teach your classes. These can be found on our YouTube channel or in our Class Clips collection on BBC Bitesize. As a rough guide, YouTube movies are the most recent and those on Bitesize are the favorites that have stood the test of time. How to download BBC iPlayer content to your desktop.

THE BBC is helping children keep up with their studies during the last lockdown by broadcasting lessons on BBC Two and CBBC, as well as online. The BBC Bitesize online service is internationally accessible, but all games, audio-video and animated content are restricted to the UK.

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