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Whether you're at home or at school, you can use BBC Teach for free. Our website is home to thousands of free curriculum-mapped videos, arranged by age-group and subject.
KS2 English - Talking Poetry
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KS2 English - Talking Poetry

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In this BBC Teach series, listen to six leading children’s poets - John Agard, Mandy Coe, Jackie Kay, Roger McGough, Grace Nichols and Michael Rosen - discussing and reading a selection of their best-known work. There are also two collections of classic poems for Key Stage 2, read by Maxine Peake and Julian Rhind-Tutt. The teacher notes that accompany the audio are full of suggestions for follow-up activities. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: a) there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; b) there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and c) you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS2 History - The Victorians
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KS2 History - The Victorians

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This full set of downloadable lesson plans from BBC Teach accompanies the School Radio collection of audio clips on the Victorians, covering topics from key individuals like Queen Victoria and Isambard Kingdom Brunel to Victorian inventions and the lives of Victorian children and the working class. Each lesson plan comes with a learning intention, assessment criteria and key discussion questions. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS2 History and Dance - Tudor dance
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KS2 History and Dance - Tudor dance

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This resource from BBC Teach provides three dance sessions on the Tudors for Key Stage 2 and the reign of King Henry VIII in particular. The dance sessions use authentic Tudor music and explore simple movements and dance steps, working alone, in pairs and in groups. Ideal for exploring history through dance and movement. The PDF includes hyperlinks to the audio resources which are free to download from the BBC Teach website. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: a) there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; b) there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and c) you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS1 Religious Studies - 'The Eid Shoes', a story for Ramadan / Eid-ul-Fitr
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KS1 Religious Studies - 'The Eid Shoes', a story for Ramadan / Eid-ul-Fitr

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‘The Eid Shoes’ is a short story for Key Stage 1 children linking to the festivals of Ramadan / Eid-ul-Fitr. The events are seen through the eyes of a young Muslim girl as she waits for Eid-ul-Fitr - the day she will be able to wear her new shoes. The story is part of BBC Teach’s ‘Something to Think About’ series, presented by Ben Faulks (aka Mr Bloom). The programmes feature stories, songs and opportunities for reflection and can help your school fulfil the statutory obligation to deliver Collective Worship. Before the programme: What is the child in the picture doing? What do you notice about the special book that they are reading? What shows you that this is a special book? What do you like to read? What do you learn from the books that you read? The Qur’an is special to all Muslims. What things do you think the Qur’an might include? What special times of the year are celebrations for you? How many of them have special times for food? Have you ever ‘gone without’ food for any reason? Why did you do it? How did it feel? After the programme: Find out about the ‘Five Pillars’ - celebrating the fast during Ramadan is one of them. Talk with children about which things they would (or do) find easy or difficult to do. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: a) there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; b) there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and c) you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS2 Music and History - Romans!
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KS2 Music and History - Romans!

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‘Romans!’ is a cross-curricular music resource for KS2 from BBC Teach. It has eight songs, each focusing on a different aspect of Roman life and culture: the Roman invasion of Britain, Roman buildings, Roman gods and goddesses, Roman food, Roman childhood, Roman customs and pastimes. The Teacher’s Notes include suggestions for follow-up activities, ensuring this unit of work can also be used for composing and appraising at Key Stage 2. You can find more content on the Romans on the BBC Teach School Radio website. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: a) there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; b) there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and c) you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS2 Assembly - SMSC: British Values - Mutual respect
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KS2 Assembly - SMSC: British Values - Mutual respect

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This assembly framework for Key Stage 2 from BBC Teach, exploring the British value of mutual respect (as outlined in the SMSC framework). At its core is a four-minute film in which Key Stage 2 pupils investigate the meaning of ‘mutual respect’ by talking to their peers and interviewing a number of adults, including a rugby international. The framework also includes links to relevant other content, including suggestions for songs and images to promote discussion. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: a) there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; b) there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and c) you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS2 English - The Wind in the Willows
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KS2 English - The Wind in the Willows

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Kenneth Grahame’s classic tale of Mole, Ratty, Badger and Toad, The Wind in the Willows, is abridged in 10 episodes and read by Bernard Cribbins in this BBC Teach School Radio resource. The downloadable resource pack provides guidance, worksheets and follow-up activities, suitable for use at home and at school. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS1 and KS2 Assembly - St David's Day
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KS1 and KS2 Assembly - St David's Day

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This is a whole school assembly framework for primary schools on St David’s Day, suitable across both KS1 and KS2. More assembly frameworks are available on BBC Teach. It explores the customs of St David’s Day and the significance of St David himself. It includes a short video about David and Paulinus - telling the story of David healing the eyesight of his tutor, Paulinus. It also includes an image gallery quiz about the identity of St David and a voxpops video in which primary school children suggest what ‘a saint’ is. The downloadable PDF includes links to all the resources as well as the text needed to deliver the assembly. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: a) there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; b) there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and c) you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS2 English - Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens
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KS2 English - Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens

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A set of lesson plans to accompany this full-cast adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic novel about a young boy’s adventures and mishaps in Victorian London from BBC Teach. The 10 episodes are faithful to the plot and language of Dickens’ original story. Please note: the adaptation includes some scenes - from the original story - which depict violence and crime. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS2 English - Private Peaceful by Michael Morpurgo
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KS2 English - Private Peaceful by Michael Morpurgo

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Listen to Michael Morpurgo’s moving World War 1 story Private Peaceful, abridged in 13 episodes and read by Paul Chequer, available on BBC Teach. The attached Teacher Notes highlight questions for guided reading and links to the curriculum. This resource supports Private Peaceful Day which takes place on March 31. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS2 History - World War Two: Britain declares war on Germany
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KS2 History - World War Two: Britain declares war on Germany

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This short film from BBC Teach, part of the series World War Two, offers an overview of the events that led to Britain declaring war on Germany in 1939. We hear from an eye-witness called Moya, who recalls practicing being evacuated and being issued with a gas mask the year before war was declared. Moya’s account of her childhood should be particularly interesting for children of the same age. The ‘Did You Know’ section looks at how people prepared for war. Created in partnership with Imperial War Museums. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS1 English - Anansi and the Moss-covered Rock
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KS1 English - Anansi and the Moss-covered Rock

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The Afro-Caribbean traditional tale of Anansi and the Moss-Covered Rock is told in two short video episodes for KS1 by BBC Teach, the first of which can be seen here. The resource pack to go with the animation features worksheets and activities, suitable for both learning at home and at school. Individual worksheets and activities can be downloaded on the BBC Teach website. Anansi discovers a clever trick for getting food from the other animals in the forest, but Little Deer has a plan to play Anansi at his own game. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS2 Music, Dance, Drama and History - World War 1 Performance Pack
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KS2 Music, Dance, Drama and History - World War 1 Performance Pack

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The programmes in this ‘Performance Pack’ from BBC Teach explore World War 1 through music, dance and drama, providing an ideal means to extend your study of the topic into Expressive Arts activities. There are units of three programmes supporting each discipline, which may be used separately or together. Taken as a whole they may be combined to rehearse and perform our specially-written musical play for pupils aged 9 to 12 called Archie Dobson’s War. The full range of resources available includes the playscript of Archie Dobson’s War, Teacher’s Notes, backing tracks of all the songs, incidental music to enhance your staging and a range of multimedia resources. The Pack enables teachers to link ongoing work in dance and music to the theme of World War 1 and also to stage a performance that will be both entertaining and thought-provoking. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS2 English - Tales of Hans Christian Andersen
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KS2 English - Tales of Hans Christian Andersen

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A collection of well-known fairy stories by Hans Christian Andersen, adapted for children aged 7 - 11 and read by Anne-Marie Duff, Sir Derek Jacobi, David Tennant and Penelope Wilton, from BBC Teach School Radio. Pupils have the opportunity to listen to and read a selection of Andersen’s stories - especially adapted for the age group - and respond through a range of speaking and writing activities. Full details of curriculum links and follow up activities are included in the Teachers Notes. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS1 English - Little Red Riding Hood
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KS1 English - Little Red Riding Hood

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The story of Little Red Riding Hood told in seven fun video clips for children aged 5-7 years old from BBC Teach School Radio. The animation is accompanied by a resource pack suitable for use at home or in school. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS1 English - Jack and the Beanstalk
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KS1 English - Jack and the Beanstalk

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Watch the classic story of Jack and the Beanstalk told in 14 short video clips, for children aged 5-7, from BBC Teach School Radio. The full version can be found here. There is a new resource pack to go with the animation with guidance, worksheets and activities - suitable for use at school and at home. Supports study of traditional stories and common elements of narrative texts including character, plot, settings, etc. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS2 Music and History - Heroes of Troy
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KS2 Music and History - Heroes of Troy

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This BBC Teach School Radio series Heroes of Troy targets objectives from the Music curriculum at Key Stage 2. Vocal coach David Grant has seven exciting songs to learn, each one linking to an episode of the story of the Trojan War. Each of the songs has a tutorial video in which David teaches the songs in a lively style that will engage with a young audience, the first of which can be seen here. There is also a playscript which incorporates the songs and music in a performance. Overall it’s an ideal resource for combining music with the History topic Ancient Greece. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS2 English - Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson
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KS2 English - Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson

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Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novel of pirates and adventure is brought to life in ten short animated video episodes by BBC Teach School Radio, the first of which can be seen here. Each of the episodes is accompanied by a downloadable transcript and the Teachers Notes include a comprehensive range of follow-up ideas. A valuable support to the study of this work or in its own right for exploring the techniques of narrative fiction. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS1 and KS2 English - Aesop's Fables
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KS1 and KS2 English - Aesop's Fables

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40 of Aesop’s best-known fables are brought to life in adaptations for children aged 5 to 9 from BBC Teach School Radio. Each story is five minutes long and read by an all-star cast including Brenda Blethyn, the late Richard Briers, Lindsay Duncan, Richard E Grant, Jane Horrocks, Jonathan Pryce and Alison Steadman. The downloadable Teacher Notes feature tips for writing fables, assessment focuses and activity suggestions for use across drama, speaking and listening and reading. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
KS2 History - The Life of Mary Seacole: Journey to the Crimea
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KS2 History - The Life of Mary Seacole: Journey to the Crimea

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This is part of a series of short films on Mary Seacole that can be found on BBC Teach. Mary is refused work as a nurse, so makes her own way to the battlefields of the Crimea. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: a) there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; b) there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and c) you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.