Oak National Academy was created in April 2020 as a rapid response to the coronavirus outbreak. More than 40 teachers and colleagues from leading education organisations came together to support schools’ efforts to keep children learning.
In our first term, we delivered 20 million lessons. 86% of teachers recommended Oak to a colleague, thanks to its help in reducing workload and improving teaching and learning. You can read all about it in our end of term report.
With the support of hundreds of teachers, sector bodies, unions and subject associations, we’ll be continually listening to your feedback to improve and extend our range of free resources.
Oak (@OakNational) teachers explain how they designed and structured their lessons
New online videos offered for trainee teachers who have faced disruption to practical teaching experience this academic year
Over the last year, remote learning has become a necessity for education across the country, and indeed across much of the world. Those without strong online access have been at risk of falling behind, ever-widening the gap between the richest and the poorest students and the education they receive. This has been as much of an issue in colleges as well as schools.
After @OakNational Academy's call to tackle the #DigitalDivide, and in the week we've reached our 100 millionth lesson delivered (9 Feb), we’re thrilled to announce that Oak is now DATA-FREE for all on @VodafoneUK @EE @BT_uk @O2
@bt_uk adds to ‘Lockdown Learning’ support scheme by removing mobile data charges for @OakNational
EE, BT Mobile, and Plusnet Mobile customers to have free unlimited access to Oak Academy content by the end of January
Zero rating of popular educational websites forms part of BT’s ‘Lockdown Learning’ support scheme announced last week
Announcement follows partnership with BBC to zero rate access to BBC Bitesize content
19th January 2021, BT has announced it will increase support for families learning from home by adding zero rating of Oak National Academy content to its ‘Lockdown Learning’ support scheme by the end of January. The content will be free for all EE, BT Mobile, and Plusnet Mobile customers, while face to face teaching is paused.
National online classroom partners with National Literacy Trust (@Literacy_Trust) to provide free digital library
Much-loved children’s authors offering free electronic copies of their work on weekly basis
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