From Monday to Friday, families can watch Bitesize Daily on the BBC Red Button between 9am and 11am, and the content will be available on iPlayer. Through television, the 20-minute classes will cover different age groups and different topics, including music and art. There are still new episodes of Bitesize Daily on CBBC and BBC iPlayer. Other celebrities include TV host Karim Zeroual and TV and Radio 1 presenter Katie Thistleton.
Important institutions also participate, such as the Premier League, Puffin Books and the Royal Shakespeare Company. He is also working with the Department of Education and the educational companies Twinkl and White Rose. BBC Bitesize classes are also available via the red button and on iPlayer. All BBC online content, including everything related to Bitesize Daily Lessons, is available at no license cost.
Mobile phone providers EE, BT Mobile and Plusnet Mobile have announced that their customers will have free and unlimited access to BBC Bitesize educational content. BBC Bitesize allows for a personalized degree of learning behind login; for example, you can save the guides for later. BBC Bitesize is the BBC's free online study support resource for school-age students in the UK, designed to help pupils of all ages with both homework and exams. Many will turn to BBC Bitesize, which has online resources to help school-age pupils across the UK with their studies.
From the end of January, customers of these networks will be able to access BBC Bitesize and use all the content they need, even if they have run out of mobile data. Bitesize Daily on iPlayer will be available for 12 months and can be found in the Bitesize section of iPlayer. There will also be a lot of activity on BBC Bitesize Facebook and Twitter, as well as separate content for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. BBC Northern Ireland will have Bitesize local curriculum content on iPlayer and will launch a series of skill-based projects for students to create at home.
The BBC Bitesize website also has articles that give advice to parents whose children are going to start school in September. Fortunately, there is help available from the BBC, which has launched Bitesize Daily, a wide range of new educational resources available on a variety of platforms. The BBC Bitesize team has worked closely with educational consultants, teachers and education providers to design a curriculum suitable for the summer semester that supports stay-at-home students and parents. These are signposted during the shows, and viewers head online to BBC Bitesize for all supporting material.
The BBC's 14-week homeschool service, Bitesize Daily, launches with a fascinating mix of educational lessons and some stars among teachers. BBC Bitesize is the most widely used GCSE studio support in the UK and that content will remain available during this period.