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BBC lockdown learning

The BBC are offering a raft of online learning materials as detailed below. Even more importantly customers using BT Mobile, EE, and Plusnet Mobile will be able to use BBC Bitesize content from the end of January without eating into their data allowance.

More mobile companies are also expected to make such content free to use

Online – learning resources for children of all ages can be found on the BBC Bitesize website.

TV – programming for primary school pupils will be on CBBC between 09:00 and 12.00 every weekday. Programmes for secondary school pupils will be on BBC Two, between 13:00 and 15:00.

Red Button – the Bitesize Daily lessons will also be shown on the Red Button service on TV.

iPlayer – all episodes will be available on catch-up, via iPlayer.

For primary and secondary pupils in Scotland, there will be dedicated programming on BBC Scotland from 10:00, every weekday for about two hours.

For children studying in Welsh, there is bilingual support on the BBC Bitesize website, with activities to support home learning. Go to the “change language” button and select the Welsh language to access it.

Pupils in Northern Ireland can go to the “Learning from home” section of the BBC Northern Ireland website to find more information to help their studies.

Customers using BT Mobile, EE, and Plusnet Mobile will be able to use BBC Bitesize content from the end of January without eating into their data allowance.

More mobile companies are also expected to make such content free to use