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Last Updated: 29 October 2020

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As this school year may be far from normal, were supporting teachers, parents and children with Bitesize, Autumn 2020-new service to mark the return to school of millions of children. The service has been designed to cater for school experience which may be very different this time, with staggered school days, year groups in bubbles and the possibility of COVID outbreaks resulting in localised school closures. To reflect this, we are focusing on delivering four key things from 1 September, 2020: Bitesize-Primary Catch-Up Lessons to help parents and children Catch Up with some of the key Primary maths and English concepts that they may have missed in the summer Term. Weve work with teachers across the UK to create content in areas its most needed You can use these lessons to introduce ideas for the first time, or as refreshers. Bitesize-This Term's Topics is a wide-ranging suite of engaging, easy-to-find learning resources for children aged 5 to fifteen, which complement special Autumn curricula in the UK. These resources are clearly mapped to those curricula, so they can be used inside or outside school. Curriculum-related Live Lessons featuring some of your favourite teachers from Bitesize Daily, as well as well-know - BBC face, which will bring schools and year groups together for some fun and interactive share learning. The First Live Lesson will broadcast on Monday 14 September. As always, our service for GCSE and Nationals / Highers students features comprehensive learning guides arranged by exam board and subject topic. We are continuing to work with fantastic partners that help us deliver Bitesizes Online Daily Lessons, right across these four services.

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Bitesize Daily on BBC iPlayer

A record number of parents, kids and teachers have turned to BBC Bitesize Daily for home schooling support. Over 5 million BBC iPlayer requests for BBC Bitesize Daily TV show Bitesize Online visit by 3. 8 million each week, up 121% YoY 1 800 Lessons delivered at BBC Bitesize Daily Online Famous face Sir David Attenborough, Jodie Whittaker, Liam Payne, Jesse Lingard, Dina Asher Smith and many more have all been part of the home-schooling effort since its debut, BBC Bitesize Daily has received 5. 5 million requests as students tune in for a fun virtual school experience delivered by presenters, teachers and famous faces from the studio at MediaCity UK, Salford. Over on BBC Bitesize Daily Online, incredible 1 800 Lessons were delivered to help keep the nation learning. Three new curriculum lead lessons were delivered every day for years one to ten covering core subjects such as maths, English and Science alongside history, geography, religious studies, music, computer science and design and technology. BBC Bitesize website has see incredible 3. 8 million unique visitors per week on average, up 121% on the same time period in 2019. Some famous faces have joined the teaching staff of 2020 to bring their own spin on topics. Celebrity Book Club and Big Read on Bitesize Daily Primary and Secondary have see likes of Jesse Lingard, Oti Mabuse, Liam Payne, Mabel, Dina Asher Smith and Stephen Fry reading extracts from well-know texts while celebs such as Danny Dyer, Professor Brian Cox, David Attenborough, Jodie Whittaker and Sergio Aguero have bring curriculum topics to life within Lessons. Teachers have also used Bitesize to support their remote learning and virtual classroom. BBC Teach, vast resource for teachers, saw visitors of 519k each week to view lesson plans and content to support them. There has also been a huge increase in engagement on social media. Bitesize has offered advice to parents home-schooling through its social platforms as well as fun interactive games and quizzes such as Take on Teacher. These have brought 110 000 new fans on Facebook, over 25 000 new followers on Twitter, and over 21 000 new followers on Instagram. This huge educational push was a collaborative effort across BBC, with BBC Sounds and BBC Four all lending their support. Every week, BBC Sounds delivers two podcasts aimed at parents; Bitesize Primary Survival Podcast and Bitesize Secondary Survival Podcast were all about equipping parents and giving them advice as they navigate home-schooling. On BBC Four, documentaries in arts and history were shown aimed at older students. Big name partners have also lent their support to Bitesize Daily, providing a wealth of content for the BBC to use within Lessons. Premier League, Science Museum Group, Royal Shakespeare Company and Puffin Books have been just some of those involve. Helen Foulkes, Head of BBC Education, say: In April, we said we would be there for parents and children in navigating home schooling and these incredible figures show just how many have come to us.

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