About Live Lessons
Join the UK's biggest classroom
Live, interactive programmes devised by BBC Learning to support teachers and bring curriculum content to life, directly to your classroom.
With access to leading experts and some of the BBC's biggest brands and talent, Live Lessons are a shared learning experience for schools all over the UK.
How does it work?
All Live Lessons are available on our website at bbc.com/livelessons and are streamed online, at a set time, to classrooms across the UK.
This is your chance to get involved, ask the experts questions and share what your class has learned.
We cover a range of topics across the primary and secondary curriculum, including music, art, literature, computing and literacy.
Each lesson is 30 minutes long and designed for a particular age group.
Details of the lesson format are published on the website two weeks before the live broadcast.
If you can't join us for the Live Lesson, the full episode and clips of the lesson will be available on the website after the broadcast.
If you have any questions about Live Lessons that you'd like to pose to the team, please feel free to get in touch by emailing email@example.com.
If you are sending in any images or videos that feature children, please ensure that you have parental permission, as they may be shown during the Live Lesson and on our website. Please be aware that the BBC may ask you to demonstrate that you have received verifiable parental consent. In the email, please confirm your official relationship to the child/children featured, e.g. teacher, Brownie group leader, sports coach etc. and confirm that you have sought prior parental consent. Please also ensure the material is not sensitive or controversial. Read our Terms and Conditions for more information.