Is BBC Bitesize free?

Is BBC Bitesize free?

BBC Bitesize is a free online study support resource designed to help with learning, revision and homework! Bitesize provides support for learners aged 5 to 16+ across a wide range of school subjects.

Will BBC Bitesize continue?

The BBC has announced plans to continue providing learning support to teachers and pupils into the summer months. A three-hour Bitesize Learning Zone will be launched on CBBC and BBC iPlayer on school days, including new episodes of Bitesize Daily.

What is Bitesize daily?

Bitesize Daily on iPlayer and Red Button is a 20 minute inspiration show designed to kick start your learning day. We’ve split it into four age brackets and cover a mix of subjects across the week. It isn’t designed to be a pre-requisite to online learning.

Is there a BBC Bitesize app?

The BBC Bitesize – revision app is just the app for you if you’re 14-16 and studying for your GCSEs, TGAU, Nationals or Highers. The app is available for smartphones and tablets and has the key information you need, broken down into brilliant bite-sized chunks, wherever and whenever you need it.

Can I use BBC Bitesize outside UK?

BBC Bitesize online is accessible internationally, but all games, audio-video and animated content are geolocked to the UK. This protects the value of the service for UK licence fee payers, and will help ensure that international visitors are not confused by content which is inappropriate to their local curriculum.

Who invented Bitesize?


A screenshot of the Bitesize homepage
Type of site Free online study resource
Available in English, Welsh and Gaelic
Owner BBC
Created by BBC

Can I watch cbeebies without a TV Licence?

Yes. Anyone who downloads or watches BBC programmes on demand, including catch up TV, on BBC iPlayer must be covered by a TV Licence. You also need to be covered by a TV Licence to watch or record live TV programmes on any channel, including on BBC iPlayer. This applies to any device you use.

Do you need a TV Licence to use BBC Bitesize?

At present you need a TV licence to be able to access BBC iPlayer, but the BBC Bitesize website is free to use and there are a number of resources on there available to the public. The current system means it is a criminal offence to watch any live television or recorded TV without a licence.

How do you use Bitesize?

BBC Bitesize can be accessed in a number of ways, but the most popular ways to take part are by visiting or by looking for the platform on BBC iPlayer. Families can also use the BBC Red Button to access online educational support, and during the coronavirus lockdown plenty of content is available.

When was Bitesize last updated?

The site was updated in 2014 to replace the Standard Grade section with National 4 and National 5 sections.

Is BBC Bitesize reliable?

From April 20, Bitesize started publishing daily lessons to help students across the UK with homeschooling while schools are closed. The guides are all written by real teachers and subject experts, so they are reliable and follow the National Curriculum.

Is BBC Bitesize trustworthy?

Are there any daily lessons in English and Maths for Week 12?

During school closures, BBC Bitesize has been publishing daily lessons in English and Maths for all ages. You’ll find a list of our supporting resources for the Week 12 lessons (starting Monday 13th July) below. Expand the sections below to explore resources related to each daily English lesson.

What has BBC Bitesize been publishing in English and Maths?

During school closures, BBC Bitesize has been publishing daily lessons in English and Maths for all ages. You’ll find a list of our supporting resources for the Week 12 lessons (starting Monday 13th July) below.

Where can I find more Bitesize maths problem solving questions?

Well, you’re in the right place. Bitesize has partnered with White Rose Maths to provide some problem solving questions to have a go at. If you want to solve more problems then find them on the White Rose Maths site here. To start us off, here are six of teacher’s favourite problems from the last three years.

Are the problems getting more difficult in the Maths Challenge?

These problems gradually get more difficult as you move through the quiz, so don’t worry if you get stuck. Why not try getting your family involved? Maths challenge: Can you predict the patterns?

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