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Oak National Academy


Oak National Academy is a new collection of high-quality lessons and online resources. Backed by the Government, it has been created in response to the coronavirus lockdown.

Our online classroom offers free access to great teachers, delivering video lessons, quizzes and worksheets. Available for both primary and secondary levels, it covers a range of subjects.

All of the lessons are ordered so your child can learn along a clear plan. 

Information from Oak National Academy

It has been built in under two weeks, through a collaboration of 40 state school teachers, plus organisations across the sector. Our aim is to support teachers to support their pupils.

Nothing can replace the unique relationships between teachers and their pupils. But we hope that by providing an online bank of quality-assured, curriculum-mapped videoed lessons and resources, we can help to support remote teaching. 

We’ll cover a range of subjects including maths, English, art and languages. Teachers can use these resources to complement their own lesson planning and teaching until schools fully re-open. Every lesson will be free to use for every teacher and every pupil.

Oak National Academy was built at speed; at present, our resources are for pupils who usually access their schools’ curriculum in mainstream education, from reception through to year 10, without significant support or adaptation. We’re currently working on providing support for teachers working with pupils with additional needs, and teachers based in specialist settings. Next week we hope to launch materials for pupils not able to access all aspects of our current offer.

If your child wishes to use the lessons on this site please let your contact teacher know so they can liaise with your subject teacher in which topics to learn.

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