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Remote lessons available to support with home teaching

Published: May 22, 2020 2 min read

STEM learning


We have designed a range of remote lessons across all the key stages and science subjects covering a range of topics, including evolution, forces and the human body. Created and recorded by subject experts, these lessons can be accessed at any time of day, making it easy to fit into your home learning schedule.

We understand that learning can be challenging in a home environment with varying distractions and balancing various responsibilities. This is why we have created a safe learning environment with structured support, available from our subject experts, who also designed the courses, to guide children and their families through the learning journey. Through our interactive Q&A sessions, they will provide immediate answers to any questions you may have.

Taking part in these lessons is simple – students first watch and make notes on the video. Parents or carers can then download the worksheets and invite children to complete each of the activities provided, referring back to the video as they go. Links and dates of the live Q&A sessions will also be available, providing the opportunity to ask questions and go through the answers to the worksheets.

These lessons form only part of our support for home learning so make sure you take some time to look through our extensive selection of activities, all of which are completely free for everyone to access. They include messages from famous STEM Ambassadors such as astronaut Tim Peake to education experts like Paul Howard-Jones.


The home teaching programme, delivered by Teach Computing, has been developed to support students through a timetable of sequential, topic-led activities and live online support during the summer term and has over 300 hours of support available with over 1,000 participants taking part so far.

Remote lessons along with a wide range of resources are available, for free, to support key stages 1-5. Plus, keep up-to-date via the Teach Computing home learning blogs with new advice and activities every week.


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