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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.
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.
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 - The Tempest
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KS2 English - The Tempest

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Watch Shakespeare’s play The Tempest told in eight video clips from BBC Teach, the first of which, Rock the Ship, is available here or on the BBC Teach website. A ship returning from Africa is caught in a ferocious storm. On a nearby island, Prospero, once Duke of Milan, has plans for those on board… The animation is accompanied by a resource pack with guidance, activity suggestions and worksheets - many suitable for study at home as well as 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: 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 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 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 and KS3 English - A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
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KS2 and KS3 English - A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

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This audio abridgement of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens is available on BBC Teach. The abridgement is faithful to the original language of A Christmas Carol and has been arranged as 9 x 15 minute episodes - the first of which is available here. The teacher notes include suggestions for follow-up activities for each episode, and is an ideal way to explore A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens in the original language. 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 - Rosa Parks
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KS2 Assembly - Rosa Parks

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This assembly framework is part of a series of School Radio assemblies, which can be found on the BBC Teach website. On 1 December 1955 Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a bus to a white passenger, contravening local laws. Parks’ actions made her a figurehead of the Civil Rights movement and an inspiration to those fighting for justice and equality. 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.
KS3 History - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
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KS3 History - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr

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In this clip from the BBC Teach series, Icons, Sanjeev Bhaskar explores how Dr Martin Luther King Jr had a dream of an equal America, free from racial discrimination. PLEASE NOTE: This short film contains scenes which some people may find upsetting. Teacher review is recommended prior to use in class. 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 - Pablo Fanque - The greatest Victorian showman
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KS2 History - Pablo Fanque - The greatest Victorian showman

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This short film is part of our series on The Victorians, available on BBC Teach. Pablo Fanque was an inspirational performer whose daring stunts, expert horsemanship and generosity captured the attention of the Victorians and The Beatles! In this short film, we learn a little about his performance skills, passions and the work that he did to help others. 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 and KS3 PSHE - What’s fair?
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KS2 and KS3 PSHE - What’s fair?

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In this clip from BBC Teach School Radio, cavemen Brian and Dave grapple with the notion of fairness. Just Think… is a series of stories to help children from 7 - 11 to get to grips with big ideas. Each story is framed around one of life’s big questions, such as ‘what does it mean to be brave?’ or ‘is it ever OK to lie?’. Drawing on tested ‘philosophy for children’ techniques, the series will help students to probe key ethical and interpersonal concepts and build their capacity to ask high-level 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: 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 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.
KS3 and KS4 History - The story of Black migrants in England in Tudor times
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KS3 and KS4 History - The story of Black migrants in England in Tudor times

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This short film from the BBC Teach series, Migration, presented by David Olusoga, explores the lives of some of the hundreds of Black migrants who were in England during the Tudor period of the 1500s. Olusoga visits The National Archives in Kew, where he meets Dr. Miranda Kaufmann. They discuss John Blanke, a trumpeter in the court of Henry VIII, who was so well established that he actually submitted a request for a pay rise, and a diver, Jacques Francis, who gave evidence in a court case. 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.
KS4 Citizenship - Racism and Institutional Racism
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KS4 Citizenship - Racism and Institutional Racism

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PLEASE NOTE: This short film contains very strong language, as well as some violent and upsetting scenes. Teacher review is recommended prior to use in class. This short film is from the series Stephen Lawrence: The murder that changed a nation, available on BBC Teach. This short film examines the effect institutional racism had on the investigation into the murder of Stephen Lawrence. It shows how Stephen’s murder provoked an extensive inquiry into institutional racism within the police force, ultimately leading to a public inquiry that revealed the true extent of prejudice and corruption. The night of Stephen’s murder is described along with the experiences and emotions of his parents on finding out about their son’s death. This short film could be drawn on as part of the annual national Stephen Lawrence Day on 22nd April. For more information visit the Stephen Lawrence Day 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 - 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 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.
KS2 History - The Maya civilisation
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KS2 History - The Maya civilisation

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In this clip from the series Lost Lands from BBC Teach, young Akbal introduces us to life in the Maya civilisation, which existed in Central America 1,000 years ago. He tells us about his city’s pyramids, buildings and food, including the importance of maize to their civilisation. He discusses how you can tell the status of a person by the headdress that he wore, before showing us how the game of Mayan football is played. 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 - Dr Martin Luther King
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KS2 Assembly - Dr Martin Luther King

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This assembly framework is part of a series of School Radio assemblies, which can be found on the BBC Teach website. This assembly is especially appropriate for Martin Luther King Day (third Sunday of January to coincide with his birthday, 15/01/1929) and Black History Month. Dr King’s ‘I have a dream’ speech was delivered on 28 August 1963 at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC to a crowd of about 250,000. It was the culmination of the ‘March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom’ and is a key moment in the Civil Rights movement. 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 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/usingthebbc/terms/can-i-share-things-from-the-bbc/) 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.