Students can now access regular daily lessons from BBC Bitesize in English, maths and other core subjects, on the BBC Bitesize website and also in special programmes broadcast on BBC iPlayer and BBC Red Button.
Weekly schedules will be shared on BBC Teach, on BBC Bitesize, on social media and via the BBC Bitesize newsletter, at least a week in advance.
The online Bitesize Daily lessons in Maths, English and other core subjects will cover every year group up to Year 10. Created in collaboration with teachers and other education experts, they will be easy to navigate, concise and combine the best of Bitesize, BBC Teach and other education providers.
The lessons will include videos, educational games, articles and practice tests. There is advice for parents or guardians on how to teach anyone who is home-schooling as well as guides for parents of pupils with special educational needs.
Bitesize Daily on BBC iPlayer
Bitesize Daily programmes will also be available on on BBC iPlayer, on any device, and on TV via the Red Button. These are 20 minute TV shows, each designed to target a specific age group.
All Bitesize Daily lessons have been designed in consultation with teachers and education experts. The TV shows will be presented by teachers, experts and by well-known BBC faces, including Karim Zeroual and Katie Thistleton.
Learning resources across the BBC
Older students can find programmes that support GCSE and A-level curricula each weekday evening on BBC Four. These will include broadcast versions of various Shakespeare plays, reruns of classic drama adaptations, and some of our award-winning science and nature documentaries.
Learners in Wales will be able to access Welsh-language resources on Bitesize: Gwersi Dyddiol Bitesize. Additional lessons with a Welsh angle will be available in English and Welsh on our online daily service and there will also be English and Welsh content available on iPlayer from 20 April.