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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 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.
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.
KS1 Dance - Time to Move
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KS1 Dance - Time to Move

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This resource is part of three co-ordinated series available on BBC Teach that provide a comprehensive dance resource for KS1 and KS2 PE lessons. Each of the series provides opportunities to respond to a range of stimuli including specially-composed music, stories and poetry. The series develop from simple movements based on the children’s everyday experiences through to enabling them to create their own dances - as individuals, as groups and as a whole class. In each series the elements include composing, performing and appraising. 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 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 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 - 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.
KS1 and KS2 History and Expressive Arts - The Great Fire of London
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KS1 and KS2 History and Expressive Arts - The Great Fire of London

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Explore The Great Fire of London through simple songs - including the tunes of well-known nursery rhymes - and music activities. They can be used alone or in conjunction with the other stand-alone units in the series, which explore the Great Fire through Dance and Drama. There is also an additional History programme, summarising the main events of the fire and offering a time-line across the period 2nd September to 5th September, 1666. Before using the programmes with your class or group make sure you both listen to the audio and read the Teacher’s Notes - included. The notes include guidance on what you’ll find in the programmes and how best to make use of the content. When you play the programmes with your group you can mediate the play-back conveniently using the ‘play / pause’ button on the online player. Pause the play-back to ensure everyone is listening carefully or to arrange groupings or to consolidate understanding. Either during or after listening to the programme, you may wish to make use of the additional resources. These include: the lyrics for each song the music sheet for each song an mp3 file of both the full vocal and backing track versions of each song to download a video of both the full vocal and backing track version of each song - ideal for use in conjunction with your IWB and for encouraging the children to sing with an upright posture Taken as a whole, the units on Music, Dance and Drama are an ideal way to extend study of The Great Fire into the Expressive Arts. 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 - Christmas Truce 1914
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KS2 Assembly - Christmas Truce 1914

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This assembly framework is one of a set of KS2 assemblies from BBC Teach. A short story (approx. 6 mins duration), available here, is used as part of this assembly. A boy reads the diary entries written by his great-great-grandfather from the trenches of the Western Front at Christmas 1914. By Christmas 1914, soldiers from the Allied and German armies had dug-in along a trench system reaching from Switzerland to the North Sea. On Christmas Eve the guns fell silent. The following morning - Christmas Day - troops on both sides climbed from their trenches and met together in No-Man’s-Land, between the battle lines. They shared drinks, played football, embraced, exchanged presents and sang carols. This spontaneous truce was observed in several places along the Western Front, but by no means everywhere. The following day - Boxing Day - the fighting began once again. 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 - Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
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KS2 English - Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

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This sequencing activity follows a School Radio series about the Arthurian legend from BBC Teach. The story is told in six short animated video episodes for children aged 7 to 11, the first of which is available here. It is Christmas and King Arthur and his court are celebrating at Camelot when the festivities are interrupted… 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 - Dr. David Livingstone
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KS2 History - Dr. David Livingstone

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This resource and set of audio clips from BBC Teach introduces the Victorian missionary and explorer Dr David Livingstone. He undertook two major expeditions to Africa, including the famous search for the source of the River Nile, during which he became seriously ill and was discovered by Henry Morton Stanley after several months of isolation. 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.
KS2 Assembly - Hanukkah
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KS2 Assembly - Hanukkah

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This is a Key Stage 2 assembly framework celebrating the Jewish festival of Hanukkah (Chanukah). More assembly frameworks can be found on BBC Teach. It features a short video featuring a Jewish family getting ready for Hanukkah, part of our series My Life, My Religion and includes suggestions for related songs as well as suggested wording for a reflection and optional prayer for Collective Worship. 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 - Shakespeare's theatre
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KS2 English - Shakespeare's theatre

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This film is from the series i.am Will Shakespeare available on BBC Teach. Ricky Boleto and Leah Gooding visit Shakespeare’s Globe, the reconstruction of the London theatre which Shakespeare himself helped to finance when it was built in 1599. They learn that, just like today, Elizabethan audiences wanted to be amazed by special effects: for example, magical appearances and disappearances of ghosts and devils using trapdoors hidden in the stage; or Titania, Queen of the Fairies, descending magically from the stage ceiling. They also find out about Shakespeare’s audience – from the groundlings or penny stinkards who stood in the area called the pit, to the rich who sat in special decorated boxes. We also find out that women didn’t act in Shakespeare’s time and that all the female parts were played by men – to find out how, Ricky is transformed into a Tudor woman! With contributions from Michael Rosen, Farah Karim-Copper, Callum Coates and Patrick Spottiswoode. Teacher Notes Pupils could investigate the popular pastimes for adults and children during the Tudor period. How doe these compare to the pastimes of today? They could choose one to have a go at. As suggested in the clip, students could design a theatre from Shakespeare’s time and devise special effects that would excite audiences. Curriculum Notes This clip will be relevant for teaching English at KS2 in England and Wales, KS1/KS2 in Northern Ireland and 2nd Level in Scotland.
KS2 Religious Studies - Easter
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KS2 Religious Studies - Easter

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This film is from the series My Life, My Religion - Christianity available on BBC Teach. Nathan, 11, and Lara, 13, tell us about Christian celebrations on Good Friday and Easter Day. They show us some of the differences and similarities between Roman Catholic and Anglican celebrations. The festival of Easter is central to Christian belief because it is the day of the resurrection day - when Jesus was raised from the grave. This is why Christians believe in life after death. Teacher Notes Pupils could watch the clip and point out the different actions and objects that have a meaning - are symbols for Easter, for Jesus or for Christian beliefs. Often a symbol works as a reminder of a part of the story. Give pupils this list of 5 symbols they will see in the clip. What does each one stand for, or link to? What reminders do these symbols provide of the stories of Jesus at the first Easter? 1: The fire burning on Easter morning 2: Touching the stone where Jesus fell 3: Hot cross buns 4: Easter eggs 5: Chickens born from the egg Pupils could share their ideas. Symbolic meaning is often rich and complex so building up a picture of a range of meanings is good. The meanings might be illustrated in a display of photos of key objects or printed stills from the film around which pupils’ suggestions of meaning could be displayed in ‘think bubbles’. Curriculum Notes This topic will be relevant to teaching Religious Education at KS2 or KS3 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and National 2 or 3 in Scotland. 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 and KS2 Science: Flower anatomy
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KS1 and KS2 Science: Flower anatomy

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This clip from the BBC Teach series, Ivy’s Plant Shop, introduces the anatomy of the flower, including the receptacle, sepals, nectaries, carpel, stigma, style, ovary, stamen and petals. 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.
KS3 and KS4 English - 'Checking Out Me History' by John Agard
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KS3 and KS4 English - 'Checking Out Me History' by John Agard

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This film is from the series Poets in Person available on BBC Teach. Poet John Agard describes the process of writing his poem ‘Checking Out Me History’. He explores where the ideas behind the poem came from. His commentary is illustrated with school scenes and his own performance of extracts from the poem. 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 Music and History - Famous people
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KS1 Music and History - Famous people

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This Famous People series from BBC Teach offers a complete, ready-to-use resource for Key Stage 1. The series takes a cross-curricular approach with songs to learn celebrating the lives and achievements of famous people from history - including Christopher Columbus, King Henry 8th, Queen Elizabeth 1st, Samuel Pepys, Mozart, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Mary Anning, Queen Victoria and John Logie Baird. 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.